Saturday, January 13, 2018

PCOO Usec. Badoy hits Bib Macasaet after refusing to accept flowers from Duterte for Jake Macasaet's wake


When the late journalist Jake Macasaet — who is critical of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte — passed away, the Office of the President sent flowers at the wake of the late journalist.
Bib Macasaet and Usec. Lorraine Marie T. Badoy | Photo from Google

According to Bib Macasaet, the journalist's daughter-in-law, the act of putting flowers on both sides of the urn took place when no member of the family was around. Reason why she was shocked at its occurence.
Screenshot from Bib Macasaet's twitter

In response to one of her followers on the tweet above, she was berating someone who tweeted about what she did at the flowers sent by the Office of the President. According to Macasaet, the door was locked.


Meanwhile, below is Bib Macasaet's tweet when she found out about the flowers placed beside her father-in-law's urn:
Screenshot from Bib Macasaet's twitter

This is where the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Lorraine Marie T. Badoy is coming from.

In one of her Facebook posts, the PCOO's undersecretary wrote her thoughts about what transpired.

On the said post, she said 'In the face of our shared mortality, we are asked to be bigger and to no longer let anything have a hold on us. Death is the great equalizer in that sense too'.

'The President’s message, in sending this wreath, was clear: I have no score to settle with you. I understand. You were merely doing your job. And so was I. And you were a man who, I think, understood this. In the end, where we meet is this spot called ‘respect’—our common ground. I salute you and the life you lived', she added.

'And these wreaths were placed by whoever was there nearest the urn of the departed', Badoy continued.

Greatly affected by the insult made by Macasaet to the President, she wrote 'I hurt for our President. But I hope he knows that none of this is about him—even though the dumdum Bib Macasaet thinks so'.

Hitting back at what the late Macasaet's daughter-in-law did, Usec. Badoy wrote 'The difference isn’t all that hard to get for people with a bit of gray matter between their ears. So I’m pretty sure Bib Macasaet will protest to her dying day just how awesome and righteous she was to have done this patently boorish act. What an oaf. You can practically see the pride dripping from her stupid tweet'.

Below is Usec. Badoy's Facebook post:
PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Marie T. Badoy | Photo from Facebook

There is a story about the President I want you to know so you’ll have an even greater appreciation of the slings and arrows trained his way by the rotten upper crust--the disente crowd—-that crowd that’s totally convinced of their virtue and righteousness—even as they exhibit the full rot of their empty souls and the howling wasteland of their dim minds.

High comedy talaga.

Soulless people who think they’re highly virtuous and dumdums who think they’re the intellectual elite.

Sign ng dilaws yan.

Out-of-touch and where everyday is opposite day. They live in a parallel universe where the Philippines is sinking in despair –even as we’ve been having back to back to back record highs in all the good places any country can have record highs in. Antatanga.

So anyway.

What happened was Jake Macasaet died. I had never met this man personally--only heard about him. A highly regarded journalist who was critical of the President. And when he died, the President (and Spokesman Harry Roque as well) sent wreaths with expressions of condolences.

The unspoken recognition of our shared humanity and that in the end, we bow to the Majesty of Death and pay a fellow human being our last respects. No matter if this human being was critical of us in life.

In the face of our shared mortality, we are asked to be bigger and to no longer let anything have a hold on us. Death is the great equalizer in that sense too.

The President’s message, in sending this wreath, was clear: I have no score to settle with you. I understand. You were merely doing your job. And so was I. And you were a man who, I think, understood this. In the end, where we meet is this spot called ‘respect’—our common ground. I salute you and the life you lived.

And these wreaths were placed by whoever was there nearest the urn of the departed.

When the daughter-in-law of Jake Macasaet, Bib Macasaet, saw this, this dyed-in-the-wool dilaw had both wreaths taken out and tweeted about it.

“Shock of my life when I got to Papa’s chapel. Ang kapal ng mukha—pinabuksan yung chapel and they put these on both sides of the urn. Excuse me! Out you go! We are against dictators and liars. Pwede ba! Pinatanggal ko nga!”

Bib Macasaet, by the way, is the wife of the editor of the dilaw-owned Abante- you know, that tabloid that is the paragon of virtue and the shining beacon of Journalism for its faithful adherence to Truth and Accuracy.

The one with headlines that scream " 5 BATA NAGKATULO SA SEX FOR SALE" tas may pahabol pa "Isang biktima hindi pa tuli" (as if pag tuli we would all go, "Sex Slave sha pero at least tuli, salamat naman.").

The high comedy of the disente crowd with their noses so high up in the air they can't see they're practically drowning in their own muck and shit.

I hurt for our President. But I hope he knows that none of this is about him—even though the dumdum Bib Macasaet thinks so.

This has nothing to do with our President and everything to do with that coarse woman.

It’s not the President’s fault that she possesses not a drop civility and doesn’t have the simplest clue at the honor she’s turned away: the Office of the President –the highest office of the land—conferred on her husband’s father (Not even her own father. Just an in-law. Que horror.).

No one’s taking away her right to have her stupid opinions but dear lord, can she not even understand that this isn’t about personalities but that the President was lending the full weight of his Office to the death of Jake Macasaet?

The difference isn’t all that hard to get for people with a bit of gray matter between their ears. So I’m pretty sure Bib Macasaet will protest to her dying day just how awesome and righteous she was to have done this patently boorish act. What an oaf. You can practically see the pride dripping from her stupid tweet.

Huge difference between 'courage' and 'walang modo', Ms. Macasaet so you can get off your high horse now.

I have spoken to some of Jake Macasaet’s close friends—people who knew him in he course of a lifetime and they all say the same thing—Jake Macasaet was a soft-spoken gentleman who wouldn’t have approved of his daughter-in-law’s uncouth and terribly ungracious behavior.

So in the end, here’s the funny thing: it was the President he was highly critical of who honored him in death and that boor of a daughter-in-law who dishonored him.

Imma gonna make sure my sons and daughter don't marry stupid, moralistic tight asses.




Source: Lorraine Marie T. Badoy

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