Being open to investigating COMELEC electoral fraud is good Filipino CITIZENSHIP

These statisticians and number crunchers are so concerned about David [Yap] and I polluting the purity of their science that they focus their attention on us. They talk about being responsible analysts.

What about being responsible citizens for a change.

A foreign national made changes in the program without proper authorization. SD cards were found in a garbage dump in Kabankalan. Election documents were found in an abandoned building in Pangasinan. Election anomalies caught on video in Maguindanao. Rampant vote buying by LP reported and documented. IT whistleblowers reporting rigging of machines somewhere in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

At the very least, these so-called credible academicians should also show some concern about the possibility of fraud being committed.

But it seems they are more concerned proving us wrong.

I am already 55 years old. I am about to retire.  All my kids are done schooling. I can afford to be wrong and take the blame and the shame if that is the price I have to pay.

But what if I am right?  Will the integrity of their science save us from putting to office people who do not deserve such because they in fact did not win?

Antonio Contreras as posted on Facebook:


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