Netizen comments on Leni’s political attitude: Tried being the leader of position and look where that got her

People change for the better but for netizen Jojo Robles emphasized Vice President Leni Robredo changed for the worst which led people to hate her.


In his Facebook post published on April 17, Robles compared the old Leni vs. the new Leni. According to him, the old Leni would say that she will not oppose any decision of President Rodrigo Duterte highlighting that she would support him if her opponent former Sen. Bong bong Marcos would get a seat in the cabinet.

“Seriously, the Old Leni would never say that she would pose no objection to the appointment of Bongbong Marcos to the Cabinet. She would take to the streets if Digong as much as hinted that he would appoint Bongbong barangay chairman. Hell, the Old Leni led protests against the burial of the old Marcos. (Remember "thief in the night"?) And the old Apo was really just an unburied corpse who was not even a party in the electoral protest. But that's just what Leni declared. No objections, she said, even if Bongbong would (heaven help us!) take over the sainted Jesse's old job,” Jojo said.

The commentator indirectly advised the Vice President why she is joining the opposition league when she still has a chance of getting the Big Prize.

“Maybe Leni thinks she can charm Digong to side with her in the protest case over that still-to-be-scheduled dinner. Maybe she believes she can convince him to give her another Cabinet job and make him forget his infatuation with the Marcoses,” he concluded.

Earlier this week, the former senator has already paid his share for the amount to begin the recount for his electoral protest.

Below is the full Facebook post of Jojo A. Robles:
Are we seeing a New Leni, one who is recalibrating her hardline "anti" stance because it has done nothing but make her fall even further in the public opinion polls?

Seriously, the Old Leni would never say that she would pose no objection to the appointment of Bongbong Marcos to the Cabinet. She would take to the streets if Digong as much as hinted that he would appoint Bongbong barangay chairman.

Hell, the Old Leni led protests against the burial of the old Marcos. (Remember "thief in the night"?) And the old Apo was really just an unburied corpse who was not even a party in the electoral protest.

But that's just what Leni declared. No objections, she said, even if Bongbong would (heaven help us!) take over the sainted Jesse's old job.

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Why join Leila, Sonny and Kiko in the political netherworld, after all, when she still has a chance of getting the Big Prize?

Maybe Leni thinks she can charm Digong to side with her in the protest case over that still-to-be-scheduled dinner. Maybe she believes she can convince him to give her another Cabinet job and make him forget his infatuation with the Marcoses.

It's worth a shot. After all, Leni already tried being "leader of the opposition." And look where that got her.