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Obama’s Filipino Puppet Aquino Admits He Secretly Pressured Senators To Vote Against Supreme Court Justice in Impeachment Trial

Obama’s Filipino Puppet Aquino Admits He Secretly Pressured Senators To Vote Against Supreme Court Justice in Impeachment Trial

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Jan. 24, 2014 (LPAC) — A Philippine Senator shocked the nation on Monday by announcing on the Senate floor that President Noynoy Aquino had called him to a secret meeting in the days before the Senate was to vote on the impeachment of Renato Corona, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, pressuring him to vote against Corona. Aquino admitted to that meeting and to meeting three other Senators as well, to the same purpose. It is of note that Aquino’s effort to neuter the Supreme Court was necessary to turn over the nation’s wealth to foreign speculators and the nation’s territory to Obama’s war preparations against China — both of which are illegal under the Constitution.

Aquino is trying to out-do Obama in outrageous claims to his right as dictator to commit any crime he wishes, saying that he wasn’t trying to pressure the Sentors, but only “lessen the pressure” being exerted by others on the senator-judges. He even justified the meetings as “part of his duty.” Aquino said: “Normally, I could have simply ignored so many reports that there were sectors exerting strong pressure on senators to decide the case not based on its merits. It was like many were telling them to exonerate Corona in exchange of something.”

The fact is that there was heavy popular pressure from several organizations and religious groups, and significantly, from Philippine LaRouche Society director Butch Valdes. As former Senator Kit Tatad said today in the Manila Standard: “Obviously Aquino has not heard of the crime of ‘jury-tampering,’ and he ridicules Aquino for claiming that pressure not to acquit is not the same as pressure to convict. “It is totally contemptuous of our human capacity to reason, a murder most foul of our right to reason.”

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