WATCH: Anti-Duterte Group In New York Shunned By A Solid DDS Rally


Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has been in a long-standing battle with Filipino American businesswoman and widow of TLC Beatrice founder and CEO Reginald Lewis.
Lewis and the headquarters of the known biased publisher New York Times was shunned down when a group of Duterte supporters showed up in a rally.

Solid DDS

In the video, it can be seen that a seemingly organized rally with matching shirts and caps, waving around small Philippine flags, were walking down the street while shouting their support for the current president.



On the latter part of the video, a pitiful group of people who are against the president sat. Yes, they were just sitting and it looks like they didn’t even have the energy to fight for what they believe in.



The music and the program of the anti-Duterte group weren’t able to do anything about the undying support of the DDS.

No show

According to the Facebook page DDS New York, the anti-Duterte were desperate that 4 hours before the event, they were still giving out flyers in an attempt to have more people attend their cause.



Despite their attempts, more people still showed up for the pro-Duterte rally. The group walked around streets of New York with the ones in front holding a long banner to show their support. All the while shouting our beloved president’s name.


Watch the video below, which the page captioned as:
“Welcome to New York City, ang kilalang balwarte ni Loida Lewis at ng biased network na New York Times. Sa harapan mismo ng maraming tao pinakita ng DDS New York gaano nila kamahal ang Pangulo! Hindi lamang dito da New York City kundi pati na rin sa buong mundo! Ang tanging Pangulo ng Pilipinas na tinawag nating TATAY! “





How about you? Were you proud of the Filipinos in New York’s unwavering support for President Duterte?

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