Panelo: Duterte did not say "Vote for Freddie"; FACT CHECK: He did. Here's the video

Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo insisted on Tuesday, November 6, that President Rodrigo Duterte did not ask Filipinos to vote for musician Freddie Aguilar, even if official transcripts and videos of the Chief Executive's apparent endorsement prove he did.

"Hindi naman eh (Not really). He (Duterte) was just expressing his opinion on the qualification of the person. Hindi naman niya sinabi, 'Iboto 'nyo ito' eh (He didn't say, 'Vote for him')," Panelo said in a Malacañang news briefing.

Yet Duterte had raised Aguilar's hand on stage during the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange inauguration and declared, "Vote for Freddie Aguilar!"

SOURCE: Panelo denies Duterte asked Filipinos to vote for Freddie Aguilar. Pia Ranada @piaranada Published 1:04 PM, November 06, 2018 Updated 1:06 PM, November 06, 2018.
SOURCE: Duterte: Consider 'nationalist' Freddie Aguilar in 2019 polls. Published on Nov 5, 2018.

Ferdinand Pascual Aguilar (born February 5, 1953), better known as Freddie Aguilar or Ka Freddie Aguilar, is a folk musician from the Philippines. He is best known for his rendition of "Bayan Ko", which became the anthem for the opposition to the Marcos regime during the 1986 People Power Revolution, and for his song "Anak", the best-selling Philippine music record of all time. He is heavily associated with Pinoy rock.

SOURCE: Freddie Aguilar. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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