Palaban! Deaf community files raps against Uson, Olaivar over offensive sign language
The Philippine Federation of the Deaf filed a formal complaint against Mocha Uson and her cohort, Drew Olaivar. The community finds offense in their recent video where they used the sign language laciviously.
Philippine Federation of the Deaf filed a formal complaint against Mocha Uson and Drew Olivar before the Ombudsman, in response to their alleged improper use of the sign language. | @dMorcosoINQ pic.twitter.com/u2XWLAyNS3
— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) September 20, 2018
Uson and Olaivar are now being accused of using the sign language in an improper manner. The deaf community is represented by Carolyn Dagani, Hazel Lual, Lauro de Leon Jr., and Lisa Martinez as the main affiants.
The Commission On Human Rights has also since launched an investigation Uson and Olaivar. The CHR believes that when the two made fun of the sign language, they were already attacking the fundamental human rights of the deaf community and is hurting the dignity of the people living with the said handicap.
There is no cure for stupidity!