Sass Sasot blasts on ABS-CBN news article: The writer used war as a way to hide his laziness

Political analyst Sass Rogando Sassot condemned ABS-CBN news published article using drug war the reason behind the death of a girl inside a church, using her facebook page on December 23.


Sassot said the writer used drug war to conceal his laziness despite the fact the she was hit by a stray bullet.

“The writer is of course using drug war as a way to hide his laziness. A young girl was hit by stray bullet. Headlines says: Drug war victim? Is it a real question? Or a rhetorical question?” Sass exclaimed.

Sass further criticized the article saying that the writer dug up the drug use past of Allan Fernandez, the suspect and named his victim as a drug war victim.

“But let’s say that Fernandez and the dead young girl were victims of the drug war. The next question is: Which side of the war was committed this?” Sassot said.

She gave two choices which include: 1. The drug syndicates and their protectors in the government; or 2. The government that seeks to dismantle the drug syndicates and their government protectors.

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Frankly speaking, the president’s ally said the mainstream media are silent on broadcasting the drug syndicates because they are busy to oust the government that works on dismantling the illegal drug problems.

Here's the full Facebook post of Sass Sasot:
The writer is of course using the "drug war" as a way to hide his laziness. A young girl was hit by a stray bullet. Headlines says: "Drug war victim?" Is it a real question? Or a rhetorical question?

The young girl was hit by a stray bullet that was meant for Allan Fernandez, who was killed by "four unidentified gunmen."

Predictably, the writer dug up the drug use past of Fernandez. He found one. Voila! This is a "drug war victim."

But let's say that Fernandez and the dead young girl were victims of the drug war. The next question is: Which side of the war committed this?

1) The drug syndicates and their protectors in the government
OR
2) the government that seeks to dismantle the drug syndicates and their government protectors?

Philippine mainstream media are silent about anything #1 is doing. Why? Because they would like to oust #2.
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[Source: Sass Sasot]