The NTF-ELCAC Strongly Condemns the Agitation and False Propaganda Dissemination
Updated: May 11, 2022
The NTF-ELCAC Strongly Condemns the Agitation and False Propaganda Dissemination by the Disgruntled and Unruly Mob in Front of the COMELEC Office
Earlier today, a mob wearing black shirts, disturbed the peace in front of the COMELEC Office, shouting invectives and hurling insults at the COMELEC Officials.
Our policemen kept them at bay.
Clearly, the mob are supporters of a presidential candidate and several senatorial candidates allied with the said presidential aspirant who lost nang bonggang bongga during the May 9, 2022 elections.
This is an act of desperation on the part of the mob.
This is not an act of decent, rational, and well-meaning individuals.
It is our duty to inform this unruly mob to stay within the bounds of the law.
Any attempt or overt act on your part leading to the disruption of the peace and order and causing harm to the public will be dealt with accordingly by our law enforcement agencies.
Do not make this ruckus and meltdown of emotions due to your massive defeat in the elections become a threat to national security.
Do not force the government to use the full force of the law against you.
Do not also allow yourselves to be used and exploited by anti-government elements to advance their selfish agenda.
The people has spoken.
Respect that voice.
Otherwise, you will lose whatever is left of your self-respect and dignity by crying over something that has been decided already by the masses.
Cope with your defeat.
Respect the will of the Filipino people.
If you cannot bear to accept the election results and be part of nation building.
Do not be a part of the problem.
This is a time for unity and solidarity.
Go home. Pray. Plant trees. Wash the Dishes. Spend time with your Mom and Dad.
Do not waste your time and your future in the company of a bunch of misguided and disgruntled mob who cannot be decent and gracious enough to accept the will of the Filipino people.
Prosecutor 2 Flosemer Chris Gonzales
Acting Spokesperson for Legal Affairs, NTF-ELCAC