Rafizi said that the voters will not be easily duped by false perceptions created by spinning the facts.
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PKR deputy president Rafizi Ramli says that Pakatan Harapan will not resort to spinning the facts in order to win the people’s vote.
Taking it to Twitter, the former Pandan MP said that the voters are smart and will not be easily duped by false perceptions.
He added that the fact that UMNO continues to spin the facts would spell the end of the party itself.
“Let UMNO continue to fool the people. Because people are getting smarter over time. That’s why I’ve been saying for so long that UMNO will cease to exist.
“Our mission is to be as smart as the people. That’s the only way for the people to choose us,” Rafizi wrote on his Twitter.
Ada orang tanya kenapa kita tak guna taktik #sayaputarjib mcm ni nak menang undi?— Rafizi Ramli (@rafiziramli) September 13, 2022
Biar UMNO terus bodohkan rakyat. Sbb rakyat makin lama makin cerdik. Sbb tu saya kata lama2 UMNO akn berkubur.
Misi kita jd sama cerdik mcm rakyat.
Hanya dgn itu rakyat pilih kita. https://t.co/43SLydIhVf
He was responding to a viral video of Bukit Gantang UMNO Youth chief Mohammad Sollehin Mohamad Tajie’s speech claiming that incarcerated former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak thought that the RM42 million that was deposited into his personal account was from Arab donation and not from the SRC International Sdn Bhd.
Inside the video, Sollehin said also said that it would be understandable for Najib to have not realised that the RM42 million was deposited into his account as he had previously received RM2.6 billion from the Saudi royal family.
“RM2.6 billion and RM42 million is like RM2,000 and 40 cents. We might have realised that RM2,000 was deposited into our account but 40 cents?
“Najib thought that both the amount are the same money that was given by the Saudi royal family. “
Najib is currently serving his 12 years jail sentence in Kajang Prison for misappropriating RM42mil of SRC International.
One of the arguments that Najib’s defence put up was that the former prime minister had thought that the RM42 million from SRC International that was deposited into his personal account was part of a continuous donation from the Arab royal family.