The COMELEC in cahoots with the Yellowtards has long exhibited a tradition of tolerance for possible electoral fraud

Even under the administration of former President Benigno Simeon "BS" Aquino III the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) already exhibited a suspicious tolerance for leaky control measures and processes applied to the management of national elections. COMELEC systems had reportedly been beset by technical glitches even way back leaving processes open to manual intervention.

During the 2013 elections, "Ateneo de Manila University math professor Lex Muga detected a '60-30-10' pattern in the official election results (ERs) canvassed by the National Board of Canvassers (NBoC)." Even back then, as what happened in 2016, suspicious statistical patterns suggesting possible fraud emerged during vote counts.

Muga said the candidates from Team PNoy consistently garnered 60 percent of the votes, while United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) bets obtained 30 percent and the independent candidates, 10 percent.

Most astounding  of all, Manila Times columnist and De La Salle University academic Antonio Contreras pointed out that "[then COMELEC Chairman Sixto Brillantes] admitted COMELEC secretly changed the minimum shading threshold in 2013 and 2016 without informing the public and the candidates". He pointedly adds, "Why is media not covering this?"

Why not, indeed? The answer to that question is quite obvious. How many candidates won on the back of fraud possibly tolerated by a Yellowtard-controlled COMELEC? The implications of the facts surrounding this question boggle the mind.


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