Marcos Jr. included in PDEA’s drug list—Former Pres. Duterte

Marcos Jr. included in PDEA’s drug list—Former Pres. Duterte

FORMER President Rodrigo Roa Duterte revealed that President Marcos’ name is included in PDEA’s drug list.

Duterte uttered these words in front of over 50,000 people at a candlelight and prayer event in Davao City on Sunday, January 28.

“You know, I’ve been avoiding this, this time. This is what I’ve been avoiding because I’m now compelled to speak. Against people in the government,” said Former Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

Throughout his speech, the former Philippine President’s resentment towards current President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. was evident.

This comes amidst the ICC investigation into the Duterte drug war, which reportedly has entered the Philippines.

Duterte calls Pres. Marcos, Jr. a drug addict

But in his speech, FPRRD pulled no punches and publicly exposed PBBM.

“When I was mayor, I was shown evidence by the PDEA. Your name was on the list, I don’t want to say it because we’re friends if not friends, acquaintances,” said former Pres. Duterte.

The former President is hesitant to admit this publicly because it would undoubtedly cause division among Filipinos.

During the 2022 elections, Marcos, Jr. won by a landslide with over 31 million votes.

And has PBBM stopped his alleged vice now that he’s President?

According to Duterte…

“That’s why I’m telling you now, was Bongbong Marcos intoxicated before, now that he’s president, the president is still intoxicated. You military, you know especially those in Malacañang, you know. The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), you know, we have a drug addict president, that son of a b****,” Duterte exclaimed.

Pres. Marcos was previously linked to the issue of cocaine use.

But during the campaign period, he underwent a drug test and insisted the issue was untrue.

However, now that the former President of the Philippines has confirmed Pres. Marcos, Jr.’s involvement in illegal drugs, Duterte has issued a warning.

“You, you’re walking on thin ice. Mr. President, you might follow the path of your father. That’s what I’m afraid of, I don’t want that to happen. I’m just pleading because it will divide the nation and this time is bloody,” warned Duterte.

In a statement early Monday, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) came into a statement and denied that Pres. Marcos, Jr. has come in the crosshairs in any of their drug list.


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