Someone asked Gus Tambunting to explain his yes vote for death penalty. Here’s how he handled it
The politiko ran a survey to get the district’s pulse, but he won’t show the results.
Shortly after the House of Representatives gave overwhelming approval to the restoration of death penalty, a Parañaque resident went to demand Rep. Gustavo Tambunting to explain his yes vote.
In a series of messages on Facebook, the politiko said he voted in favor of the bill given an 80% “yes” feedback coming from three local polls conducted by his team, which covered 3,600 of 178,000 district two residents.
The netizen refused to back down and wanted to see the survey results himself. But Tambunting shot him down, saying these were for his “own consumption” only.
“Please tell me your background on surveys so we can hire you someday,” the politiko said in dismissing the conversation.
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— Raj Bay (@rajbayy) March 7, 2017