Days after skewering Communications assistant secretary Mocha Uson for her controversial “pepedederalismo” video clip, Philippine Information Agency director general Harold Clavite turned his guns on two pro-Duterte bloggers he said support President Rodrigo Duterte for their own vested interests.

For Clavite, RJ Nieto behind the blog “Thinking Pinoy” is an “unthinking Pinoy.”

On the other hand, Sass Rogando Sasot, author of the blog “For the Motherland,” is a “scourge of the motherland.”


In his social media post on Twitter, Clavite urged the public not to be fooled and used by “unthinking pinoy” and “salot for the motherland” who, he said, have actually not done anything but for their own self-vested interests.

laugh-pa-more-3-gif“Mga kababayan, ugaliing maging mapagmatyag at wag magpagamit sa mga unthinking pinoys at mga salot for the motherland na yan na walang ginawa kundi magpalago ng kanilang pansariling interes at agenda habang ginagamit ang taumbayan upang lalo silang magmukhang malakas at may alam,” Clavite posted in both Tagalog and Visayan dialects.


Several days ago, Clavite condemned Uson, who works under Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) chief Martin Andanar,  for her controversial “pepedederalismo” video with another blogger.

Clavite urged Uson to apologize for her clear lack of proper decorum.

For this, Clavite received a backlash from several pro-Duterte supporters and bloggers like Thinking Pinoy and For the Motherland. (with DAVAOBREAKINGNEWS)

Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said Uson is becoming irrelevant in the Duterte administration and could be on her way out of the PCOO.

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