Blogger Reveals the Alleged Connection of a Dynasty in Ozamiz City And the LP's

After the death of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and ten others including his wife, an interesting Facebook post from prominent social media blogger Mark Lopez, has caught the attention of the netizens.
Parojinogs connection to LP

He revealed the alleged connection of the Parojinog dynasty and the Liberal Party (LP).

As per Lopez,

Fact check:

In the presidential race, Duterte lost in five (5) Mindanao provinces out of of 27.

These five provinces are Misamis Occidental, Camiguin, Agusan del Sur, Zamboanga Del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur.

It was Mar Roxas of the LP who won in these provinces, except for Zamboanga del Sur, which went to Grace Poe.

Duterte also lost in four (4) cities in Mindanao, out of 33.

The four are Lamitan (Basilan), Bayugan (Agusan del Sur), Tangub (Misamis Occidental) and ....

Ozamiz City, also in Misamis Occidental.

In all of these four cities, Mar Roxas was the winner.

Now why am I bringing this up?

Today, a dynasty in Ozamiz city with strong ties to narcotics, kidnapping, bank robberies and other heinous crimes were swept and felled down in a daring and SEAL-team like raid by the PNP.

It has been said that this family has lorded it over in Ozamiz, and has made this city a major drug distribution haven in Mindanao. It should also be noted that this is the family who started the infamous Kuratong Baleleng crime syndicate.

Again, Mar Roxas and the LP won in Ozamiz, which is just one of four Mindanao cities out of 33 where Duterte lost.

Do I still need to say "connect the dot?"

Or is it clear?

(UPDATE as of 11:43 pm -- Consistently, in all five provinces and four cities mentioned here, except for Zamboanga del Sur, Leni Robredo also won as the the VP. Marcos won in Zambo del Sur)

On the comment section of his post, a netizen asked if it's "payback time because duterte lost in this city?"

Lopez then answered,

Nope. It only means that the LP machinery was clearly supported by drug lords and protectors.

As of this writing, Lopez post has generated more than 900 shares and 3,200 different reactions from his Facebook followers.