Impeachment as a game, 3

This year’s impeachment game is finished even before it really began.

About several minutes ago, Speaker Jose de Venecia has inhibited himself from today’s plenary session. Instead, Congressman Raul del Mar started the jump ball. He then passed the ball called The Pulido-San Luis-KAMPI impeachment complaint to the Committee on Rules, which in turn will pass it to the Committee on Justice. And you don’t have to read the complaint nor watch the game to know the ending.

The end of the game remains the same with how the 2005 and 2006 impeachment games ended.

The session is ongoing at the moment, but the outcome is already known. This is like a rigged basketball game, only more garapal than ever.

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