Senator Leila De Lima is actually right to say it that her life during the first 100 days of President Duterte on his action to clean dirt left by the former administration where De Lima was attached, has brought her to hell. At least, she knew it now and she has accepted it without any hesitation on her side. Now she would have to realize – how many more hells she would have to take up as the days of Duterte are on the way to keep all what he promised to the million Filipinos who voted him on election day.
Nang simulan ang giyera laban sa druga, isa itong si Sen. De Lima ang hindi mapakali. At dumating nga sa punto na ang kaniyang pangalan ay madawit at unti-unti siyang hinuhubaran. Pati ang kaniyang sexual fantasies ay naungkat. Mga bidyo ng kaniyang pagmamahal sa mga lalakeng kaniyang napasaya, napahagikhik, napahalinghing at napasigaw sa sarap sa tuwing sila’y magniniig, ayon sa mga salaysay at mga testimonya ng mga witnesses na sumasalang sa tuwing may hearing sa Kamara. Na sila din ay minsan naging bahagi ng hindi malilimutang kasiyahan sa piling ni Sen. De Lima. Kaya ganuon na lamang niya sinabi na ang 100 days ni Pangulong Duterte sa kanya is hell.
Actually Senator De Lima should be happy too – that within the 100 days of Duterte as president of this country, she has become famous not only in the Philippines but also in the International Communities. She has become the newsmaker, the hottest subject for media reportings as well as the hottest person to talk about on social media for the netizen’s bashingtrips.
If for Senator De Lima, the first 100 days of Duterte is hell, would it be the same observation of the 16 million + Filipinos who have voted President Duterte on election day of May 9, 2016 polls?