Rep. Mitos Magsaysay allegedly blames deluge on RH Bill campaign, says, "Heaven must be crying"

Kristine L. Alave of the Philippine Daily Inquirer reports that critics of the RH Bill have suggested that "Tuesday's (August 7) drenching and inundation were God's way of showing displeasure at the population control measure being rushed in Congress."

Kristine L. Alave of the Philippine Daily Inquirer reports that critics of the RH Bill have suggested that "Tuesday's (August 7) drenching and inundation were God's way of showing displeasure at the population control measure being rushed in Congress."

 

The report quoted Representative Mitos Magsaysay, one of the bill’s opponents, who posted this message on her Twitter page: "Heaven must be crying... we have to undo what has been done." The report noted that Magsaysay was referring to the fact that "the majority of the lawmakers shouted on Monday to end debate on the RH bill and move it to the next stage of the legislative process, the period of amendments, and then vote on the floor."

 

 

The report then quoted Inquirer columnist Cathy Babao, who posted this message on Facebook: "Friends sitting on both sides of the RH bill debate, please stop trading barbs against one another and using the weather as an affirmation of your stand. In a time of calamity such as this, we should join forces instead and help in whatever way we can."

 

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