Mapagpanggap! Ex-DOTr exec slams QC political ‘turncoats’
Former Transportation Undersecretary Cesar Chavez could not stand the political turncoats who attended the Biyaya ng Pagbabago event in Quezon City over the weekend.
In a post on Twitter, Chavez commented on a group of politikos flashing Duterte’s signature fist-bump hand gesture.
“Maraming mukha rito ang nakinabang sa dilaw, naging dilaw, lider ng dilaw at ang budhi ay dilaw! Ilan lang ang hindi!,” he said.
In the photo were Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and brother Councilor Hero Bautista, District 1 Rep. Vincent “Bingbong” Crisologo and son Councilor Onyx Crisologo, District 2 Rep. Winston Castelo and wife Councilor Precious Hipolito-Castelo and several other QC personalities.
Another photo showed Bingbong Crisologo and former QC congressman and Presidential chief of staff Mike Defensor with other participants were clad in yellow t-shirt with words “Ayaw sa Dilaw.”
Bautista left the Liberal Party in October last year and returned to Nationalist People’s Coalition, a move perceived to be in preparation for his plan to seek a seat in Congress in 2019.
Castelo was also among the throng of LP politikos who jumped ship to President Duterte’s PDP-Laban.
Crisologo meanwhile is a member of the Nacionalista Party, which coalesced with the administration party.