- Former Malacanang communications assistant secretary Mocha Uson showed her dismay over COMELEC’s erratic reports
- Mocha Uson run on the party list AA Kasyoso
- Mocha Uson resigned because of the string of controversies that’s hurled against her
The election period has come to an end last May 13, 2019 and the verdict of who gets to sit on their respective places are awaited by every Filipino, especially those who run for office.
But we are all aware that the COMELEC reports are somehow delayed, which made some totally dismayed about this.
The former Malacanang communications assistant secretary Mocha Uson had showed her dismay on her Facebook Page over the erratic Comelec reports/updates that were happening.
Last May 13, 2019, on her page, she posted about the delays of the canvassing that has occurred.
“Nahihirapan na tuloy ang mga news anchor dahil wala silang maibalitang bilang ng boto. Mag-aantay pa ng 12 midnight. Kaya kung ano-ano na lang ang pinag-uusapan nila.”
“Haaaayyyy…. eto na… Naaamoy niyo na ba ang SmartMagic?”
“Cancelled na ba ang counting? Anong petsa na?”
“Sayang pagpupuyat natin. Mukhang bukas na daw i-resume ang bilangan dahil may problema sa server.”
To which netizens have also agreed with Mocha Uson’s comment on the delay of the votes counting.
It was also known that the reason why the former Malacanang communications assistant secretary Mocha Uson resigned from her position as the news popped out that she ran and represented her party list, AA Kasosyo.
But the said partylist of Mocha Uson is on 74th place, which AA Kasyoso aims to help Filipinos, particularly overseas workers, become successful entrepreneurs.
A Facebook page even made a congratulatory meme to Mocha Uson, as being the 74th placer on the party list election.
We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to MOCHA USON BLOG as 74th placer in the Party-list Elections. https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/eleksyon2019/results/partylist/?tfb_a
This may have been the reason why the former assistant secretary is very particular on the delayed results of the Comelec. AA Kasyoso is also endorsed by President Rodrigo Duterte, but unfortunately the partylist had lost. President Duterte bets on the senatorial candidates Bato Dela Rosa, Bong Go, Francis Tolentino, and Koko Pimentel are on the Top 12.
At most, 134 party lists were approved by the Commission and Election for the 2019 midterm elections.