Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte tandem CRUSH Opposition in Election Day unofficial tally!

The swiftness with which it became evident that administration candidates Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte running for president and vice president respectively are runaway winners was astounding. Just a couple of hours after voting precincts officially closed, even mainstream media outlets were already reporting the tandem were ahead of their closest rival by several millions with just 46 percent of votes tallied.

By about 9pm Manila time, Marcos had hit almost 19 million in the unofficial count effectively breaching the number of votes his soon to be predecessor then presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte attracted in 2016. By all accounts, the Marcos Duterte tandem are set to be the first majority voted president and vice president team since the 1987 Yellowtard Constitution was enacted.

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As expected, Yellowtard partisans are in the midst of a monumental temper tantrum. Jesuit priest and top Ateneo dr Manila official JBoy Gonzales all but insulted Filipino voters by suggesting in a tweet that the way they had voted in these elections was on the bases of a low bar they set for themselves.

Robin Padilla at the helm is a gauge how low the bar of excellence is set. Too low that it is disastrous.

Such was the Yellowtard tililing rampage on social media over the outcome of the election that they lashed out at the Filipino Voter all but revealing their true regard for the people they had, just weeks ago, treated like their best friends. So vicious was this lashing out that the terms “Gago ba kayo” (“Are you stupid?”) and “Mga Bobo” (“All you stupid people”) emerged as top trending topics as news of the unofficial tallies trickled in around 10pm Manila.

As of this writing Marcos already enjoys a majority vote with up to 50 percent of votes from the Visayas and Mindanao still to be tallied. The Marcos-Duterte tandem enjoy a lead that is far beyond the reach of any electoral fraud that may be perpetrated by the Yellowtards at the eleventh hour. Thus, the possibility of a repeat of 2016 is remote. It is clear that the elections as far as the president and vice president are concerned is over.

99 Replies to “Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte tandem CRUSH Opposition in Election Day unofficial tally!”

  1. Eh, Mainstreams. As usual with these BBM vs Leni mainstreams, they’re that toxic. I can’t even visit Twitter without seeing these hashtags “MGA BOBO KAYO” or “MGA BOBO”, it has a point but they don’t get an exemption stamp when they think Leni is even better. Luckily I can just remove these worthless hashtags. That’s a good thing with Twitter. Stress free.

  2. All those massive pink rallies, all those chants and choregraphed dance moves, all that tiring house to house campaign, all those yellowtard paid trolls.

    All for naught.

    The people have spoken.

    The yellowtards should shut up and let bbm do his job.

    1. Megget,

      These Yellowtard celebrities have been entertaining and brainwashing the masses to Yellow-media propaganda since the EDSA Revolution, and still doing it today. That’s all these Yellowtard celebrities know what to do to protect their source of “bread and butter” at ABS-CBN and GMA. None of these Yellowtard celebrities cares about the welfare of the country and the people; they only care about themselves.

      Aeta

    1. Dan,

      Our home-grown and talented Andrew E., and the rest of our “kayumanggi” celebrities, will finally be restored in their rightful places in showbiz, that they’ve lost because the aristocratic ABS-CBN had decided to brainwash the masses and raised the bar on what they considered the “New Look” to represent the Philippines and its people, by inundating our movies and television shows, including our beauty pageants, with imported “mestizo” celebrities based on their looks instead of talent.

      Aeta

  3. If trends continue, and there is reason it won’t, BMM and Sara will soon occupy the the highest position in the land.

    Congratulations to them for a successful campaign. Ditto with their untiring, loyal and enthusiastic followers who have been waiting for this moment to happen.

    Let us all hope that it will do the country good and uplift the kind of politics we have before the elections. Together with that, we expect and hope, too, that BBM and Sara will be properly guided and assisted and with our help, in running the affairs of the country.

    Mabuhay tayong lahat!!!!

    1. Juanita “Gwapita” Luna,

      Stop faking it, Chameleon. You’re still a Yellowtard to the core. But we’ll accept your “Congratulation!”

      Aeta

    2. Assuming this isn’t sarcasm, kudos on your maturity. Filipinos (overseas or not) share the same boat: At the very least, we have friends & family we hold dear back there who will bear the brunt of our votes, and we don’t want anything bad to happen to them. Whoever wins, we have to hope the new captain succeeds, regardless of any differences.

      The Yellow team fought valiantly. Hopefully, we as a nation can harness each other’s advantages & perspectives to reach a brighter future for our beloved PH.

      1. Yea, “the Yellow team fought valiantly,” but they lost; majority of the population is ready for a change.

  4. I guess the BBM-Sara team is saying, thank you Leni for the negative campaigning boost, lol.
    Robin Padilla is the preference of Muslims, I personally saw how received he was in Marawi.

    1. If Leni and her camp just stay quiet about her rival and campaign like a normal candidate do. She would’ve have won but alas she just let her white chess pieces be eaten and got checkmate in the end.

      1. “If Leni and her camp just stay quiet about her rival and campaign like a normal candidate do. She would’ve have won…” Gman
        ==========
        Umm, I don’t think what happened was that simple. How will a candidate “stay quiet” against her rival in election campaign?

        Elections are an exercise dominated by ‘noises’.

        I’d rather put it on the usual reasons why a candidate loses in an election. Maybe, Leni’s camp made some missteps in the campaign strategy or they spread the wrong message; the approach may have been all over the map, hence, whatever message was sent failed to hit the nerve of the voting public. It could even be that voters, maybe for some nostalgic reason or what have you, decided to try or experiment on an old-new candidate. It’s also possible that the demographics have change and there was failure to adjust.

        Whatever the reason is, may the lost serve as a lesson for political strategists and potential candidates in the future. 🤓

        1. saying NEGATIVE things towards your rival is just too unpleasant, unacceptable to many, and a sign of an LP kind of action that is no more working in the psyche of Filipinos.

          there was a time when “makakain ba natin ang infrastructures” sounded intelligent.

          35 years of hindsight is a demon anybody can’t ignore.

        2. “saying NEGATIVE things towards your rival is just too unpleasant…”
          ==========
          If that would be your guiding principle, you should not be in politics. It’s a tough sport. 🤕

        3. I got your point there. Yeah, they just didn’t rethink their strategy. She or her adviser should already got a sign that what they’re doing is just not working, things have already change. There was also this thing that talking about your rival “too much” is like promoting them instead of yourself. Maybe toning it down is what I meant instead being just quiet. 😅

        4. “She or her adviser should already got a sign that what they’re doing is just not working, things have already change. ”
          ==========
          Exactly. And I will base that observation on the how the surveys gave, more or less, a clear picture of what they are supposed to be facing and what they may do to change the scenario it was creating. But as it is, no changes or adjustment were done or if they did something it still amount to nothing.

          Lesson learned. I hope. 🤔

      2. Let’s put it this way:
        Negative publicity is still publicity.
        Best deny any sort of publicity to your enemy. Unfortunately, the Pink side failed to grasp that.

    1. Facts right there. It’s just like 2016 elections in USA when Donald Trump beat woke crooked Hillary Clinton. Now, the same thing is happening in PH when BBM is about to beat Leni Lugaw Robredo.

      Liberals and Demoncrats, and their bulls**t platforms can be said that they can Go Woke and Go Broke, and Everything woke Turns to s**t.

      Trump on the other hand is getting his sweet pie of revenge and is binding his time of return to the White House, to finish off his unfinished business. Like, the Republican are about to sweep over the midterms in USA and Demoncrats are gonna lose it big-time, which will be glorious and be an total embarassment to Sleepy and Lazy Joe Biden.

      1. “Facts right there. It’s just like 2016 elections in USA when Donald Trump beat woke crooked Hillary Clinton. Now, the same thing is happening in PH when BBM is about to beat Leni Lugaw Robredo.”
        ==========
        I didn’t know that BBM is crazy and dumb like Donald Trump. 😆😁😄

  5. True Blue,

    “Pilipinas got MAGA” —True Blue.

    A “wet dream” that should have became a reality in America, but didn’t, and happened in the Philippines instead.

    MAGA 2.0 (Philippine style).

    Aeta

  6. Lesson :

    Get a better candidate, because the leni sock puppet was just crap.

    look at hontiveros the silent communist.

    She’s able to hang in there.

    All the rest got trashed.

    1. This trashing is even worse than 2019.

      All the yellowtards got beaten like stray dogs in a chinese wet market.

      1. It’s time for the Filipino people to regain control of their lives, that they’ve squandered and left to chance to Big Government and Big Business. We’ve got enough OFWs to start small-to-medium businesses, through their families, in every economic sectors that will rival “Big Businesses” someday, limit government control, and allow fair competition in every sectors of the economy. I believe the BBM-SARA administration will allow this opportunity to take place.

    2. Yeah, I was surprised Hontiveros (#11) survived.

      I was hoping ex-Sec. of Defense “Gibo” Teodoro would overtake her, but he’s now just #15. And Ex-V.P. Binay is an uncomfortable #13.

        1. I don’t trust senator-elect Mark Villar, either. His father, Manny Villar (and mother), made his billions by being a corrupt politician that were very close to previous administrations prior to President Duterte’s. It sucks to have these senator(s)-elects to drag down this new administration for doing what it has to do to get the country moving forward, but it goes with the territory.

        2. Aeta,

          No. Facts showed Manny Villar earned tremendous wealth at the time of Duterte, the reason he is the richest person in the Philippines today.

          I see how you hate the rich and feeling pity to the poor especially those farmers? You ask benign0 the webmaster here if he is a pro-rich or pro-poor. He is actually notorious at a suggestion of getting rid of poor pinoys in his old articles because they considered them as termites and parasites that they deserve deaths. You will hate him for that. I guess you are new.

        3. Aeta,

          You are pro-poor pinoys, benign0 the webmaster is anti-poor pinoys that they deserve to be extinct according to him. But you still want to defend him. I see.

  7. benign0, your day has come. After more than 10-20 years of constant attack against the Aquinos and liberal party and making it like a career, it now finally comes into fruition. Truly, you have proven all those years that your boss are the Marcoses and your enemies are the Aquinos and their allies in any set of standard may it be mediocre or excellent standard, so long as it is favorable to your boss then so be it. Maybe you got super big bonuses now from your boss for your years of effort and patience together with Ilda.

    1. Jason,

      I think what came into fruition is tens of millions of Filipinos going to the poll and voting for a presidential candidate, who will help them end more than 3 decades of Yellow Party influence on their lives. I don’t see how 1 person (benigno) could bring down the entire Yellow Party, even if he attacked the Aquinos and liberal party and even made a career of out it for almost 20 years.

      Aeta

    2. Jason,

      I think what came into fruition is tens of millions of Filipinos going to the poll and voting for a presidential candidate, who will help them end more than 3 decades of Yellow Party influence on their lives. I don’t see how 1 person (benigno) could bring down the entire Yellow Party, even if he attacked the Aquinos and liberals for almost 20 years and made a career of it.

      Aeta

        1. Megget,

          What’s strangely ironic is the cleric title these pedophile priests hold in church, is a “bonus” opportunity for them to abuse the children.

          Aeta

      1. Not guessing though. You have numerous articles that you wrote and comments in the past to speak for themselves why I said what I said above. I don’t need to spoonfeed those who don’t know.

        1. You are guessing. To be more accurate, I only wrote one article before I left a few years ago. And that’s good my comments speak for themselves. I won’t hard to work as hard when I write the article(s).

          As for being “spoonfed,” you, better than anyone on GRP, would know. You’ve been spoon feeding us with your liberal elitism with what you think you know, but really don’t know because your material are second hand information, not from personal experience.

          As I had said earlier (this time put in a nicer, agreeable manner) you need to grow more hair on your face before you start shaving them; not shave first to get the hair to grow.

        2. Aeta,

          It is in response to benign0’s comment that I’m guessing. Not you because I know you are new.

      2. @Jason. I may be “new,” or “renew,” on GRP, but I’m “old” when it comes to “Been There, Done That, and Now I’m Back” on life experience.

    3. What are you talking about Yellowtard? Benign0 is what I consider a gem of a journalist, a smart, articulate, and humorous writer with a very clear understanding of the Philippine political scene. I feel that he should be given a bigger stage to share his thoughts because I believe it to be right and good and true – unlike the garbage that comes from the likes of Rappler and the bias mainstream media.

      1. If you consider being bias and opinionated articles of benign0 to be the standard of a true journalism then you are out of your mind.

  8. how about having some courage and addressing whether you would have voted for robin padilla as senator and why? as usual you settle for the easy and boring take.

    1. I voted for robin padilla, i am certain he will do a much better job than michel diokno, who will only find a way to make some overly complicated legislation on something as inane as same sex marriage or faggot rights or what not.

      1. “I voted for robin padilla, i am certain he will do a much better job…”
        ==========
        Just because you said it doesn’t mean it’s true. No problem with you voting for Robin, however, your “certainty” about him doing a “much better job” needs elaboration because as far as I know this is his first time in politics.

        So, you have to clarify part. 😲

        1. Ignoramus.
          Robin padilla was born in politics.

          He is the politician manny pacquiao thought he was.

    2. If anything, based on credentials and track record, Robin Padilla would be a better president than…

      *checks notes*

      Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine

      1. Robin will actually make a great president, after bbm and sara.

        He will be the first muslim president.

        Lets get it done.

        1. “Robin will actually make a great president, after bbm and sara.
          He will be the first muslim president.
          Lets get it done.”
          ==========
          He has yet to take his oath as senator and you’re already thinking of that? Really?

        2. Robin Padilla (as well as vice-president Sara Duterte) would be a refreshing addition to the Senate. Not only is he starting with a clean slate, he will be representing underrepresented Muslims and Filipinos from the mid-to-southern Visayan regions in government, which traditionally has been overrepresented by elitists families from the north and central Luzon. It’s time to change the face of the Philippine government that will represent delegates from all regions of the country.

        3. Robin Padilla to be a great President? On what aspect? He was a convicted criminal with no clear college degree. He is good at acting though. I bet he will propose bills that will cater only the film industry and the showbiz personalities of the likes of ABS CBN and GMA together with his wife as an adviser to further the cause of hooking more Filipinos in watching Filipino films like your so called “telebasura”.

        4. That was the 90s you are talking about.

          Robin has converted to islam and the wisdom of allah is within him.

        5. @Jason. Your liberal elitism is clearly at work here. When does a criminal background becomes a disqualifying factor in becoming a Filipino politician? Why don’t you take up your issue with the DOJ and COMELEC (mind you, the line is long with the latter because of the number of voters complaining of election fraud).

          As for the Robin Padilla proposing a bill for the entertainment industry, no need to do that because it’s been in practice for more than 3 decades. If anything, Robin Padilla should be proposing to do the opposite.

          Instead, of numbing the people’s mind with “telebasura” movies and television shows, the Philippine government should be putting books in people’s hand by funding public libraries to get the masses to read again for free.

        6. @Jason. Your liberal elitism is clearly at work here. When does a criminal background becomes a disqualifying factor in becoming a Filipino politician? Why don’t you take up your issue with the DOJ and COMELEC (mind you, the line is long with the latter because of the number of voters complaining of election fraud).

          As for the Robin Padilla proposing a bill for the entertainment industry, no need to do that because it’s been in practice for more than 3 decades. If anything, Robin Padilla should be proposing to do the opposite.

          Instead, of numbing the people’s mind with “telebasura” movies and television shows, the Philippine government should be putting books in people’s hand by funding public libraries to get the masses to read again for free.

        7. Megget,

          What does conversion have to do with legislation? Robin Padilla will not work as a senator. He will hire people to do the work for him. All he will do is to sign a document and to follow the advice of his staff, and being dependent on them all the time because he does not know anything about being a senator. Thus, we are not hiring a real legislator but a robot that programmed to follow.

        8. Aeta,

          You said Robin will propose bills other than entertainment industry? What does Robin Padilla know other than showbizness?

          Robin was a convicted criminal so in essence he should not be qualified because he committed a moral turpitude. He was only lucky that he got pardon.

        9. @Jason. We gave Cory Aquino and Joseph Estrada a chance to be a president. Why can’t you give Robin Padilla a chance (like we gave Tito Soto, Ramon Revilla, Gregorio Honasan, and a slew of other non-politicians) a chance to become a senator? Are you afraid Senator-elect Padilla might disprove you’re wrong about him? Again, you’re really enjoying disqualifying the people you don’t like before even giving them a chance, and you’re “spoon feeding” us with everything you think you know but really don’t know.

      2. @Jason. Man, I didn’t realize you know Robin Padilla that well that you can talk of his whole being as if you’ve been his friend (or enemy) all your life. Next time you meet with him at Starbuck for a latte, can I go with you and ask for his autograph?

      3. Aeta,

        I’m all after for merits and quality, not mediocrity and inferiority. And Robin’s low calibre is an insult to intelligence. Those politicians you mentioned I did not root for them, it was the masses that made them all possible.

        This website GetRealPhilippines does not suit to your low-inferior, mediocre, pro-poor standard advocacies. You should have witnessed the hundreds of articles and comments of this website before Duterte’s presidency where it was the time of an oozing elitist superiority complex (that you bash me now) led by the authors of this website. Your Robin Padilla mediocrity standard was being thrown away, mocked and ridiculed to infinity by those articles and comments. Also, this website did not show any mercy to the poor, small business owners, farmers, and beggars, but authors would rather want them to get extinct at that time led by benign0 the webmaster.

        1. What you’re proposing is a Volodymyr Zelenskyy excellence standard?

          Thanks for reminding me.

        2. @Jason. Be that as it may of what you said about benign0’s “Get Real Philippines” being an elitist publication, then and now, and doesn’t fit my “Robin Padilla mediocrity standard,” does not phase me one way or another. I got slammed from all sides ( regardless of the slammers’ elitist and non-elitist status), when I started contributing to this site 4 or 5 years ago.

          One of GRP’s elitist writer (Sean Akizuki, I think) even followed me on my new blog, “Fliptard,” and tried to harangue me there, too, on a regular basis. Which I enjoyed and appreciated because his comments were boosting my traffic visits.

          I knew then there were a lot of elitist writers on GRP, but there were also a few non-elitists that I related with. Regardless of your “alleged” elitism of benign0, and whether he agrees or disagrees with my views, he at least gave me a chance to start writing articles for him. Anyone who gives me a chance to express my views, elitist or not, can’t be that bad in my mind.

          Unfortunately, the time I was spending on GRP and my new blog, just became too overwhelming, time-wise and not personally, that I had to say goodbye to both (at least I was able to write one article for GRP to my credit before my exit). But I vowed to come back once the political climate in the Philippines changes and the Yellow Party’s influence begins to wane.

          Now, with a new government and new outlook for the Philippines and its people, I felt ready to go back to “Get Real Philippines,” and begin sharing my views again. Not with the hope of changing GRP and its ideologies, or the mindset of its contributors, which I think will also change naturally in the same or similar direction the country is heading, but to start sharing what I call my “Rogue Views” as an individual and not a member of any social group.

          I hope you understand.

  9. Crushed, demolished and pulverized like the unfortunate city of Mariupol! Yellow-pinks are left helplessly dumbfounded and flabbergasted at such glaring validation of the truth: Ninoy is NOT a hero! Finally this long-awaited day has arrived.

    Congratulations to Benign0 / GRP team for the relentless bombardment of Filipino minds towards the realization that Yellow incompetence has no place in a nation seeking to be great and respected again!

    Big question is: who will be GRP’s next punching bag after this Mission Accomplished moment?

    Hopefully- the clamor to rename NAIA and redesign our P500 bill will see the light of day. The Special operation to de-Ninofy public utilities/parks and legal tender should be at the top of BBM’s to-do list if he really wants to unify the country.

    1. @Zaxx. If I recall from our previous exchanges a few years back , you were for the “Chinoy” and their “Big Business” making a huge contributions to the Philippines. What’s with the big change of heart of condemning the Yellow-Pink now, which has been supporting the monopolizing “Chinoy” businesses for more than 3 decades? I’m not trying to “insult” and “attack” (famous words on GRP now), but please do explain your complete turnaround.

      1. Big businesses are actually good because they give employment and taxes to the government. If there’s monopoly, it is the government who will make a regulation which will balance out the interests between employers and employees in a compromise agreement. We got leaders who owe these big businesses during their campaign period and when they won it’s payback time. Thus, oligarchs will always have a way in Philippine setting. They will not go away. Just recently, Philippines ranks 4th in crony capitalism. These oligarchs have several different types of businesses that they will be asking favors from politicians most especially from the president. If business is good, there’s no way they won’t earn profits into billions.

        1. Big business is not actually good, but its not really bad either.

          Business occupies a grey area.

          Walden bello, on the other hand, is a communist pussy who doesnt even have the support of the true proletariat.
          No grey area there.

        2. @Jason. You’re only looking at the macro- but not the micro-level of these “Big Businesses.” It’s clear government officials haven’t been doing what they’re supposed to do with the monopolizing effects of these “Big Businesses” driving medium-to-small businesses out of the market. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have as many former business owners who are now OFWs or expatriated to other countries.

          President Duterte has already called out these oligarchs who control these “Big Business” to raise their employees salaries, give them health insurance, and job securities instead of just short-term contract, and other unfair equal employment practices (age and sex discriminations).

          Did it happen? HELL NO!

          Just like Duterte’s “War on Drugs,” he can only go after the illegal drugs’ mid-to-low level pushers but not the drug lords; it’s the same for these legal “Big Businesses.” Duterte can only suggest to these “Big Business” to start treating their employees fairly but he cannot make them do it.

          Duterte can’t even make the senators and congressmen enact a bill to initiate, not to mention enforce, fair business and employment practices because more than half of them are on these “Big Businesses’” payroll in return for economic favors. How do think former Vice-President Jejomar Binay and Senator Manny Villar (and his wife) became so wealthy? And why do you think we have so many shopping malls and condominiums, instead of farmlands to feed the population, where there shouldn’t be commercial properties?

          As Jiminy Cricket said to Pinocchio, “Let Your Conscience [or common sense] Be Your Guide,” Genius.

    1. The mission statements of Socialism and Communism is to “divide and conquer,” and that’s what the Philippines has been like in more than 3 decades: divided and conquered. It’s time for the “Unity” theme of this new administration to unite the people back as one nation, one people..

  10. Kiko still wants to fight for farmers and fishermen.

    What an idiot.

    The fishermen and farmers have spoken, and they want bbm and sara to fight for them.

    1. Kiko had many chances to fight for farmers and fishermen when he was a senator. He never did. Now he wants to campaign for them. He’s full of shit and the voters knew it.

      Coming from a farming background, I am looking forward to the BBM-SARA administration in reviving our agriculture/aquaculture and fishing industries, by stopping agriculture products (mainly rice) that can be grown in the country, co-oping lands (whether privately or publicly owned) into agriculture/aquaculture farmlands instead of commercial properties (shopping malls and condominiums), and setting aside government funds in encouraging Filipinos to return to farming and fishing, and boosting technology to help them succeed.

      1. That is correct.

        Kiko should just take his beating like a man.

        Its over.

        Even drilon knew enough not to get involved in the beating of a lifetime, in his late age.

        1. The fat pig, Frank Drilon, has already gone into hibernation for the millions he’s made from the “Pork Barrel” scandal.

    1. What exactly does that mean? You need to write in clearer phrases so readers will understand what you’re trying to say.

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