MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – She claims to be an advocate for Persons With Disabilities (PWDs), complete with a giant billboard proclaiming her support for a PWD party-list in the coming Philippine elections. Yet retired Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon is all but promoting a mockery of handicapped people.
In a post on her Twitter account, Guanzon is asking her followers to post selfies mimicking facial paralysis (“ngiwi” in Tagalog) and to use the hasghtags #ngiwisquad and #ngiwichallenge.
THE FACTS: Many people suffer from facial paralysis, a disability. Such paralysis could be caused by stroke, Bell’s palsy, trauma, tumors, viruses and Lyme Disease.
Is Guanzon going to publicly apologize to the very people she’s advocating for?
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon tweeted that she had a fever, just hours after she presided over a preliminary hearing on two disqualification petitions filed against former Senator and presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos.
This prompted the feisty Commissioner (a.k.a. shunga) to submit to a Covid-19 RT-PCR test.
The test came back positive!
Comelec Spokesperson James Jimenez told The Adobo Chronicles that Guanzon may have been exposed to the zoomicron virus after she had a fit when Marcos failed to appear — not even by zoom — at Friday’s hearing.
Guanzon demanded that Marcos’ counsel produce a medical certificate to justify the former Senators’ no-show.
It wasn’t clear whether Guanzon will be able to resume the disqualification hearing on Monday due to her condition. She will then have to produce a medical certificate if the hearing must be postponed.
What goes around comes around. Even zoomicron.
Aba Ginoong Bakulam, nakakapuno ka na ng alkansya.
Ang punong Pharma ay sumasayo
Bukod kang pinagpala sa bakunadong lahat
At pinagpala naman ang inyong anak na si Gwyneth.
Ina ni Tes.
Ipanalangin mo kaming takot sa trangkaso
At kung ito talaga ay nakamamatay
(Contributed by PJ)