Domin”ick” Sharpton – The Hypocrite Hiker

Ah yes, just as news was breaking that Al Sharpton’s daughter is suing NYC for 5 million bucks because she ‘fell in a crosswalk and injured her ankle’ – she posts a picture on instagram that she has just finished hiking UP a mountain in Bali.

Bali – hmmm, I wonder how many poor black kids she could have fed with the money she spent on a vacation in Bali?

5 million bucks that NYC may have to pay this exploiter of race and breeder of hate is 5 million bucks it could spend on funding for poor black children in NYC.

If Domin”ick” is that hard up for cash, perhaps she could ask her dad’s crony lawyer buddy Sanford Rubenstein for some cash in exchange for…cleaning his pipes.

Joan Walsh – Co-Pimp of Al Sharpton

On 5/6, I tweeted to Joan Walsh, contributor to Slate Magazine that we should drape Joan in bacon and drop her off at the Isis hotel.  My tweet was in response to her defending Islamic terrorists who tried to kill at a free speech event and her war cry that women are abused at the hands of the conservatives.

She retweeted my tweet.

Since Joan Walsh is all about telling everyone that whites are responsible for all evil and that she is behind the minority struggle, I asked her if she believed Iasha Rivers (who worked for the National Action Network) deserved what she got at the hands of a white elite liberal man or was she on Al Sharpton’s white payroll?

She didn’t retweet or respond to that, of course. Because why shame a white civil rights lawyer and bring justice to a black woman? Because she is a hypocrite, as they all are, exploiting the very people they pretend to represent.

A twitter account by the name of @antsyward favorited my tweet to Joan Walsh.

This twitter account is followed by 2 people.

Alyson Ward, writer for the Houston Chronicle (according to her twitter account) @AlysonWard and it’s followed by @PoliticsNation – the twitter account for Reverend Al Sharpton show on MSNBC.

I’ve been tweeting about Iasha Rivers story for months. Wrote blogs on it.


Yes I mention it to Joan Walsh and within an hour, it’s caught the attention of Al Sharpton.

This tells confirms something we’ve all known all along…

Joan Walsh, Al Sharpton, Slate, and the liberal media all use minorities to stir up hate – they get rich off of making people angry, confused.

They lead people to believe that they are nothing without their help. They make people believe they need someone to protect them, because they are too stupid to make correct choices.

They are the root cause of decay of character, confidence, and courage. And without those three values, people lose their quest for independence, and doubt their self value and self worth.

That’s exactly how pimps operate.  sharpton sharpton1

Shine Over Shadow. Rise Above Adversity.

When a cop is killed in the line of duty, I change my Facebook profile to a mourning badge and then leave it up until after the cop’s funeral. It seems that this year, my profile picture has featured a mourning badge than pictures of myself (or family, dogs, bacon and martinis). I know that people have put my on “mute” or unfriended me. They miss the happy go laura (you think I don’t?) and dislike being reminded of negative things. I feel a tremendous amount of anger and sadness when a cop is killed and it’s not because I’m married to a cop (who simply believes dying in the line of duty is part of the risk) and he is a bit mortified at my outrage . It’s not because my uncle was a State Trooper. It’s not because my father’s nephews were/are cops (one in Baltimore, who has just resigned, thanks Mayor Blake!). I’m outraged because I grew up being taught to respect police, fireman, military, – anyone who has the courage to put on a uniform, go out in any kind of weather, deal with harsh conditions, harsh people, doing what other people do not have the balls to do. I’ve watched as not only the media, but the leadership of this country, have villainized the actual heroes of America. I’ve watched as criminals are turned into saints and heroes are turned into devils. My parents, my teachers, my community, taught me that right is right and wrong is wrong. Not that I always listened, but I had that knowledge, that goodness, to strive for. It’s funny, looking back, all the times I ‘partied’ have absolutely no value today. What I do value are the accomplishments, the times I rose above adversity, the times I was able to turn obstacles into opportunity. The times I challenged myself to improve and I did. When I was growing up, the most outrageous show was Three’s Company. A man living with two single woman? The scandal! Now we have a media and culture that celebrify teen pregnancy, create fake rape stories and celebrify terrorists on magazine covers. We have a culture that believe it’s okay to place a crucifixion in a bottle of piss and offend Christians because it’s “art” but don’t draw a cartoon of Muhammad because we one religion (the religion that beheads Christians, gays, and women) is better than another. I still would not call myself a ‘grown up’ – but I would say that I have ‘wised up.’ My experiences in life have taught me that the more we can trust each other, the more we can pursue personal dreams. The more we can trust each other, the more confidence and kindness we show. The more we distrust – the less confidence we have in others, and in ourselves. The less confidence we have, the less courage we have to seek out independent dreams. Individuality, independence is what America was built on. Grit. Moxie. Determination. Trust. Anyone who has ever been in a bad relationship knows that a lack of trust kills happiness. A lack of trusts means you spend much of your time looking for signs of cracks – time that you could spend doing something way more productive. Time wasted wondering what you did, why you weren’t good enough – which erodes your spirit, your sense of value. The last 7 years, our country has been in a relationship with cheaters. Cheaters in the media. Cheaters as leaders. They contradict their stories. They outright lie (Brian Williams, I’m looking at you). They deceive. They blame the person they are cheating on – they blame loyal Americans who work hard but the media and the cheaters disguised as leaders push the idea hardworking Americans should be ashamed because of their skin color (white) and aren’t doing enough to help the less fortunate . Of course, they blame middle America for not doing enough as they fly around the world in jets, ride in limos, and use personal chefs and pay low wages to the illegal aliens they hire to mow their lawns. They blame the military. They blame cops. They blame job creators. They divide people into groups. Men Vs Women. Heterosexuals vs Homosexuals. Christians vs Muslims. Street Smart Vs Book Smart. Teachers Vs Parents. Blacks Vs White. Americans Vs Illegal Aliens. Old Vs Young. Growing up, I never, ever saw color. You were judged by your actions, not your skin color. In the last 7 years, we’ve gone from judging people on their actions, to judging people by their skin color, their choice of profession, their political and religious affiliation. Everything I was taught is backwards. If we live in a society where it is better to be corrupt than courageous, to be silent (or worse yet, to be a siren for the shady and to lick the boot of the swindlers due to a lack of spine), then everything that America was built on has crumbled. The men and women who sacrificed their lives so that we may have machines to make our coffee in under 5 seconds, sit in cars that drive for us, and send people messages while we are sitting on the toilet… they have sacrificed for nothing. And so, that is why I feel fresh anger every time a cop is killed and the media would have you believe that cops are the enemy, criminals are our friends. Virtue is ugly and Violence is beautiful. Eric Hoffer once stated; “Hatred is the most accessible and comprehensive of all the unifying agents. Mass movements can rise and spread without belief in a god, but never without a belief in a devil.” When the media and the ‘leaders’ of America, have, for the last 7 years, turned their attention into turning the very people who are the most courageous of all; out military and police, into “devils” – distracting the public with the very few bad examples, I fear not for the lives of those I love, but for the fabrics that were woven to create the Independence of America: Courage. Character. Honor. Determination. Trust. United We Stand. Divided We Fall. And every time a police officer falls in the line of duty and the media breeze over it and Obama sends representatives to the funerals of criminals but not police or military, we lose not just a hero who’s sacrifice is ignored, we lose a bit of the very fabric, the values, that make America strong. But as long as we are aware of what is happening, how we are being undermined, we will rise above adversity. As long as we acknowledge the truth that the only ‘oppression’ in America, is the oppression of courage and character at the hands of the corrupt, we will triumph. This is America. And in America, we shine over shadow.

Rest In Peace NYPD Brian Moore – 5/4/15

Rest In Peace Idaho Police Sgt. Greg Moore from Coeur d’Alene 5/5/15

Rest In Peace k9 officer Lt. Eric Eslary Ligonier Township Police Department – prayers up for his k9 Blek 5/5/15
(Anna Nalick’s song, “Shine” – inspired this essay).

Al Sharpton Chooses Rich White Mister Over Black Sister (No Justice No Peace For Iasha Rivers)


You probably don’t know about Iasha Rivers. In 2014, she was an executive for Macy’s in New York city. beautiful and self-less, she devoted many hours volunteering for those less fortunate.  She attended a party. She woke up the next morning in a man’s bedroom. A very old man. A very rich man. She was bruised and bleeding from her vagina. She didn’t remember what happened.

She went home and confided her fear to a friend. The friend urged her to go to the ER – it sounded as though she might have been slipped something in her drink.

Iasha Rivers faced a huge problem. If she accused the old powerful rich man of rape – what would happen to her?

Well, she mustered up her courage and filed charges, as reported by the New York Daily News on October 14th, 2014.  I mean, she was on the board of the National Action Network. Which is about the protection and support of the black community.

Oh, wait, did I mention that Iasha is a young beautiful black woman? The man she accused of raping her is white. Old. White. Rich. A civil rights attorney, as a matter of fact. His name is Sanford Rubenstein. He was actually kicked out of sex club a few weeks after the rape accusation. And a his ex-girlfriend (also black and very young) asked her to have an orgy.

You would think, with all the rage against the establishment, the major news stations would report on this story. Nah, just a few New York papers who aren’t afraid of the Al Sharpton machine gun.

Oh, did I mention that Sanford Rubenstein is a life long friend of Al Sharpton?

You would think Jezebel would report on it. They are pro-woman after all. Nah…though they believe women who drink and party shouldn’t be ‘shamed’ if they are taken advantage of…but Iasha Rives? Well, she’s black. So I guess Jezebel doesn’t think she is important.

All these protests for the rights of black criminals. Male. Black Criminals. But when the  Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said they didn’t have enough evidence to charge white lawyer Rubenstein, there was no outrage. No charges of white/lawyerly bias. And Al Sharpton, who makes a living being outraged by white people mistreating black people…nothing.

All the civil rights groups tweeting out support for Iasha Rivers…nothing.

The war on women? If there is a war, it’s apparent it’s the left shooting us down. Take liberal Linda Stasi, columnist at New York Daily News – who did bother to write about the accusation, and said Iasha was at fault for KNOWING Al Sharpton hangs around with slime balls and Iasha deserved it because she allowed herself to get drunk (what is she didn’t get drunk? What if she was slipped a drug and the New York DA is covering up for his liberal buddy?). The hypocrisy of the left is amazing – I hope Iasha Rivers realizes the mistake she made wasn’t in believing in civil rights, it was believing Democrats actually care. They don’t. They will sell out in a second for the sake of power, money, street cred.

Is it because she’s not a man? Is it because she’s a smart woman who works and doesn’t make a living deal drugs or stealing?

The bottom line is this – Al Sharpton is a dirty, filthy, man who exploits black people, black women, and makes his living inciting hate.

He turned on his employee. He turned on a ‘sister’ in favor of an equally dirty, corrupt ‘mister’ – but I guess because Sanford Rubenstein is rich, white is right.

The spiral downward of America and our character, our ability to trust those in charge, lands squarely in the lap of those who “lead” our country.

And the person who ‘leads’ our country is best friends with Al Sharpton (gee – Obama has young daughters who could grow up to look like Iasha Rivers…)

Al Shartpon, who owes millions in back taxes (meanwhile small family businesses are being locked down and extorted).

Al Sharpton has been accused by Eric Garner’s family of exploiting them for his own purpose (money and power).

Corporations have accused Al Sharpton of extorting them for cash in exchange for not attacking them using his “grass roots” protesters to harass them with racism charges.

Corruption clings to Al Sharpton like spider webs in dark corners of a tall ceiling.

Anywhere you see Al Sharpton, someone is being paid off and someone is being bought someone is being bribed.

The mayor of Baltimore welcomed Al Sharpton and praised him. After. of course, she made sure the police did not offend looters and rioters. After of course, she said criminals should be given space to destroy.

We can never know what happened between Iasha Rivers and Sanford Rubenstein. But from the media silence, and more importantly, Al Sharpton and NAN silence’s after Iasha River’s sexual assault,  we can for sure say one thing; Al Sharpton doesn’t care about justice for blacks – he only cares about the color green.

The more division he creates between black vs white, everyone vs cops,  – the more his crony pal’s at the White House will be called in to ‘control’ the chaos.

I don’t know Iasha Rivers – but I can only imagine how heart broken she is that a cause she once believed in totally turned against her when she did the right thing.

Where’s the justice and outrage for Iasha Rivers?

Well, I guess she’ll have to have a sex change operation, sell drugs, steal, and then be killed by a white cop. Because, according to liberal media, the civil rights movement, Jezebel, NOW, NAN, and Al Sharpton, a black woman being raped by a rich white guy is justice.

Hands Up For Al Sharpton – so he can take your wallet. Legs up for creepy Sanford Rubenstein so he can assault you. Eyes down when you see truth – because apparently, it will blind you.

“Hypocrite: the man who murdered both his parents… pleaded for mercy on the grounds that he was an orphan.” ~Abraham Lincoln

Gretchen Carlson’s Superior Hypocrisy Problem

getting real gcA review of “Getting Real” by Gretchen Carlson.

First off, my apologies to Gretchen’s parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Carlson – they seem like awesome parents and my take-away message from this book is the power of family. I, like Gretchen, consider myself an Independent voter, so please, before people jump on me for thinking I’m giving this book one star because of politics, this has nothing to do with politics. I adore Dana Perino and watch Red Eye and listen to Brian Kilmeade – this has nothing to do with politics but does have to do with people who live life as if they are striving to be significant or those that live life as if they are superior. After reading “Getting Real” Gretchen falls into the “I am Superior” category.

I started off loving Getting Real. The book opens with stories about Gretchen’s family – her grandparents, her mother and father and how they met. Her small town family life growing up.

Then, we get into THE Violin.

Oh boy. This is where the book takes a nose dive.

Gretchen speaks about humility all through the book, yet it’s ironic because she totally lacks humility.

There are so many contradictions in this book I don’t know where to begin.

She reminds the reader often how she SACRIFICED her social life but she was an EXCEPTIONAL violinist. I’m not even sure if she is aware, but she often backhands and diminishes “common” people…while her friends were going to football games, she had talent that she had to nurture, implying they did not.

She spends the whole book reminding us how SMART she is and how women shouldn’t be judged on looks – yet…she admits she lost 30 pounds because a boy didn’t want to date her. There is a section in the book where she just gloats about being able to fit into her Miss America gown many years later. So, here she is, all through the book whining people don’t see her as being smart and that people should stop concentrating on looks and beauty, yet she is ecstatic and brags that she was able to fit into her old Miss America gown that she wore to give a speech.

The Miss America Pageant is a great example of being dismissive and putting down other women and also, contradictions.  Gretchen went to college at Stanford and said she was thrilled because no one knew her. She loved the anonymity. She states, “I did everything in my power to remain anonymous.” (Oh really?)  But then she tells a story of how, even though she was sick of the violin, she couldn’t quite stop herself from trying out for a music teacher at the school. “When I finished, I looked up to find him staring at me dumbfounded. “Why have I not heard of you?”

So, she tried desperately to remain anonymous (for 2 whole weeks) but then she just couldn’t resist showing off and making it well known who she was.

She tells the story of how a professor disliked her for NO REASON and gave her a C. She’d never got a C in her LIFE! She states she didn’t think she deserved it, but then states perhaps she did…

Then we get to the Miss American pagent.

Her mom called her at Stanford to tell her the director announced he wants Ivy League contestants and people with talent. Gretchen goes on to say that she was just going to be herself – she wasn’t going to be like the contestants who had gone before her – she would be natural. And then she goes on to tell us she quit Stanford and spent the months leading up to the pageant studying tapes of previous pageants, taking notes, going to coaches. She was advised she should play the fiddle. She dismisses “fiddle” players. GRETCHEN had been playing CLASSICAL music her whole life (except when she ditched it at Stanford) – that’s a WHOLE different craft than fiddling (get that fiddlers, you aren’t as great).

Gretchen constantly did mock interviews in preparation for the pageant. I admire her tenacity and dedication, but do NOT tell us that you were the first person to be “yourself” and “natural” when you spent months studying tapes, going to coaches, learning how to sit properly, changing the way you talk and use your arms…that is NOT being yourself.

Then Gretchen, who talks about the importance of morals and family values tells us (after she GLOATS about her wining the MAP – as the first SMART contestant (you hear that former winners…you were stupid, based on looks, Gretchen was the FIRST with REAL talent and intelligence) that after she won – she (all of 22 years old) dated a 45 year old man. Everyone was horrified. As they SHOULD BE. Here is a ‘role model’ of young women dating a man old enough to be her father. But Gretchen explained this as if it was no big deal because SHE WAS WORLDLY, because she had an exceptional life and was so talented, she knew better than every other 22 year old girl. And that, really, is the theme of the book. How much better and smarter she is than everyone else – there is no humility though she claims she is very humble. But here are some excerpts of the book, you tell me if these are humble statements: “I appreciated the benefits of being unique and exceptional.” “get away from the burdens imposed by my talent” “I was used to getting perfect grades” “when I walked out on the stage the whole room gasped and applauded” “I was having experiences that my schoolmates in Minnesota could not grasp.” “Everyone should be pitching stories LIKE GRETCHEN.” Those are just few examples, there are many veiled ‘I am superior” statements throughout.

After winning the MAP, she returns after a year, to Stanford and no one knows who she is,which she claims to ‘love.’ She takes a feminist class and though she wants to remain anonymous, she just…can’t…help herself from writing a paper about her winning the MAP (Don’t look at me, HEY, WHY AREN’T YOU LOOKING AT ME!!!) and though she got an A on the paper, she’s obviously bothered by the fact her professor didn’t acknowledge to the class how there was a feminist STAR in their midst.

There is one part in the book where she states that working hard and being smart was not enough, she had to use humility and compassion and talk about WE not I – then she goes on and talks about herself, using I almost 20 times in two paragraphs.

The most troubling part of the book is the fact she professes to be champion of women in the workplace and to stop harassment of women in the work place.

She talks about speaking up and speaking out. Yet, she does NOT do this herself. Talk about a total hypocrite.

After winning the MAP, she tried to get into TV. She gives two examples of powerful men who forced themselves on her. She does not give us the names of these men. She did not report them when it happened. So, all of this talk of ‘going outside her comfort zone’ and speaking up for women and equal treatment is disingenuous. Hogwash. If you aren’t willing to stand up for yourself and allow men to intimidate you or put your career above the truth, nothing will ever change and you are NOT courageous. She tells of a story when a photographer came onto her – she almost didn’t tell her boss – he had to drag it out of her. Hello? That is not courageous! She tells the story of how she was stalked (very scary – and here she has my empathy) – however – she almost didn’t put the incident into the book because she was afraid he might come after her again. Then she found out he was dead – so she talked about it. Okay – if you WANT TO BRING ATTENTION to the stalking laws, you need to have the courage to speak up even if he was still alive. Look, I’ve got no problem if people are too intimidated to talk about it or decide they care more about safety and their peace of mind and go into hiding – but if you portray yourself as a warrior for women, then guess what, you need to live up to that and not simply SAY you are.

Gretchen wonders how many women were harassed (or worse) by the TV executives who harassed her. Hello? Yes, how many, Gretchen? You could have STOPPED that behavior but chose to remain silent because your career was more important. You are no champion of women.

And all the mentions of her “sacrificing” and killing herself working so hard – guess what…most women do that. It is NOT unique to you.

I have a feeling Gretchen is surrounded by people who are too intimated to tell her that she does indeed, lack humility, and her book “Getting Real” is a slap in the face of all those ‘common’ winners of the MAP, the “common” people of Anoka.

On a POSITIVE NOTE – (there are a few) – I read this in a day. It was compelling. This is a great testament to parents who encourage their children and give them a firm family foundation built on values. I’m not religious but I do admire those families that are and do believe that there is an unjust, unwarranted attack on Christians in this day and age. I do admire and fully appreciate one of the other themes of this book: Always Strive For A Goal. Always have a purpose. That is what life is about.

I’d suggest if Gretchen really wants to understand true humility (the line is very fine, I do understand that) – she read “I’ll Drink To That” by Betty Halbreich. A woman born with a silver spoon in her mouth, who learns the true value of grace, hard work, and purpose.

Gretchen ends the book talking about all the volunteer work her and her family do; great, I applaud that. However, again, for all the times she talks about ‘stepping outside her comfort zone’ and being an ‘outspoken’ advocate for women – she could have made a REAL difference and possibly save(d) many women from being the sexual victims of some powerful TV executives – but she chose the easy way. When one of these men visited Fox Studios, what did Gretchen do? She quietly sat in her office, hiding out, and when he walked by, she shut the door. She hid. And let us not mistake her writing about these incidents as being courageous. It’s like knowing who robbed your neighbors house, but refusing to tell the police.

If Gretchen wants to “Get Real” she needs to expose those who tried to take advantage of her so that the other victims have validation, to send the message to men (or women) that it will NOT be tolerated and we will not be intimated. Now THAT would be “Getting Real” – otherwise, this book is about “Getting Hoodwinked.”

How The Greed of GoFundMe Leads To Group Hate

Two very sad things happened yesterday which lead me to believe hate does breed hate – and people do not stop to think.

On 4/12 – there was a fundraiser held in Jamison to raise money for the care of the Tully children – which caused Eddie Tully (Chris’s brother) to go off the deep end and Tweet, Facebook (on several different facebook pages) a very chilling rant against Kelli Tully – accusing her of causing Eddie Tully to commit suicide. Less  than 24 hours later, the rant has almost 500 likes. Most distressing are the people (who don’t even know her) calling her horrible names. Many of these are students that Chris taught. No one can know what really happens between a married couple. And Eddie’s social media attack will prove to the reasonable person that he does not have the best interest of his family, of Chris’s children, at heart.

Eddie Tully alleges that Chris was ‘abused’ at the hands of his wife.

Chris has been described as a loving father. No one has disputed that. Would a loving father commit suicide to ‘escape’ the abuse of a wife, leaving his children in her care? The reasonable, thinking person would conclude that the type of father Chris was described as, would have fought to the end for his children if he felt there was abuse.

The Tully boys have lost their father – they are devastated. Now they have an Uncle who is bringing even more pain into their lives – and people who are commenting critically about their mother. These people claim to ‘love Chris’ – but if they truly did, they would not want to do anything to harm his children.

Links to Eddie’s rant:

On his twitter: (screen shot at bottom of post)

“Still can’t believe that this bitch can have the audacity to use the Christopher Tully name to raise money for herself when she resented his popularity so much that it made him have to be put on medication that eventually killed him. She hated the way people felt about him. Yes hated it!!!! Sorry I just can’t keep quite anymore. Just can’t. Oh and yes I’m all for his kids being taken care of, he left her plenty of money!!! And when my family offered to open a trust for them she flat out told us not to. Don’t believe me? I’ll let you hear it for yourself if you like to hear the messages!!! Again sorry been bitting my tongue too long. I think it’s time the truth comes out. He couldnt fight for himself because of how she put him down. It’s too late to bring him back but I can’t live another day holding this in. This is not opinion….he left enough behind for his own words to be heard. If you have been confused about the tragedy that took place don’t worry his voice will be heard!!! I owe that to him.”

My observation: “He left her plenty of money!” – Who is Eddie to judge how much “money” is enough? What if the boys want to go to an expensive college? Does Eddie have children? Does he even know how much money it costs to raise one child let alone three?

“she resented his popularity so much that it made him have to be put on medication that eventually killed him” – Wow. That’s a serious statement – pretty much calling her a murderer.

He offered to set up a trust fund and she refused. Hmmm, judging from Eddie’s name calling and total disregard for his nephews, I’d have to say she made the right choice. I certainly wouldn’t ‘trust’ him either.

A few comments:

Chuck Cifelli Wow .. what a fucking cunt !!! May she burn in hell !!!!!!!!!!! 

Dolores Francia Ed, she looked cold on the news. She was jealous of him maybe. But trying to cash in on a good mans memory…just sick. It’s a good thing you told us. I am proud that u had the courage to come forward. She is not a good person.

Hey Dolores – You should be a forensic TV specialist. That you are able to judge that she is a cold jealous person from seeing her 10 seconds on the news – that is a rare talent. So, it’s not okay for the mother of Chris’s kids to raise money for them, but it’s okay for Eddie to collect money?

Anna Kelly I couldn’t feel more sad for u Eddie. I do know this…if this were me, I’d do exactly what u are doing. Truth be told. Chris can’t rest in peace if people aren’t made to understand he wasn’t mentally ill he was abused. Don’t u dare hold back. And to those who are negatively responding to ur post: please continue to comment. It gives those of us who don’t know her personally a better insight of the family she comes from and somewhat explain why and how she ended up SO FUCKED UP. Love u Tully family and I’m thinking tonight will truly be the night that Chris will finally rest in peace. What a great big brother u are…

Hey Anna – thanks for clearing up that Chris wasn’t mentally ill – he was abused. Abused enough to leave his children in the hands of the woman that allegedly is abusive? Would a ‘great big brother’ hurt his nephews so publicly?

Tiffany Hand Rittenhouse I new Chris in grade school and he was a great, happy, go lucky person, but I knew there was something more to this because you never heard from her on the news and most importantly she looked like she didn’t give a shit in the picture they showed on the news with his sons. She is a total BITCH and yes KARMA will get her!!!!!!! Eddie Tully you have helped yourself and helped us understand how this really went down. Keep doing what you have to do. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

Hey Tiffany – You should go into business with Dolores. “Doesn’t give a shit” – wow, that’s so insightful for you to notice that. Also, it seems you are a Christian with your “God Bless” – I don’t know that genuine Christians would call people they know nothing about a BITCH.

All these people (and far more) are passing judgement on a woman they don’t know. It’s a social media mob witch hunt. It’s not only sad – it’s frightening to watch the hate unfold.

Actions speak louder than words they say, and in this case, not only have Eddie Tully’s actions but also his words have revealed his real character. At least, to anyone who is capable of thinking clearly.

This will be my last post regarding the Tully’s. Eddie has shown his true colors. If he truly cared about his nephews, he would quietly work out the problems so as not to cause public humiliation to Chris Tully’s boys. I admire Kelli’s restraint and courage at not being drawn in to a public battle and hope she quietly continues to keep her head above the fray. The people that matter the most know the truth.

Back story:

On January 2015, Chris Tully went missing. Tully’s friends and brother went into action a few days later – using social media to alert people. In a weird twist of fate, I was contacted by one of Chris’s friends because I owned the domain name FINDTULLY (from trying to help find a lost dog named Tully – which did not turn out well. Tully the dog is no longer with us either).

Everything about the story of how Chris Tully went missing was confusing. For anyone who followed the story – they’ll remember the many changes. He jumped out of a car at 6 in the morning. Then days later he it was his parents car. Then it was because he had mental illness. Then he was on medication. Then he wasn’t on medication. Then Eddie (and many others) accused the police of not doing enough.

In private emails I was sent from his friend/former students – I was told there were family problems. He was known to party but didn’t have a drinking/drug problem – and then other people contradicted that and said he didn’t drink and wasn’t having problems.

Publicly, it was listed that he lived in Warrington, Jamison, and Philadelpha.

Eddie Tully set up a GoFUNDme for his brother stating the money would go to help finding him and be rewarded to the person/people who helped to find him. Totally understandable.

Then a GoFundMe popped up for Kelli Tully – Chris’s wife and the mother of his three children. The GoFUndME was set up by a friend of Kelli’s and stated that none of the money from Eddie’s GOFUNDme was going to be shared with the children.

It was odd that weeks after Chris Tully’s body was found, Eddie still had a GoFundMe – the initial “goal” was 10,000. When it exceeded 10,000, he upped the goal to 15,000. And when it exceeded 15,000 Eddie upped it to 25,000. Eddie states on the gofundmewebsite: “The family will also put funds toward the cost funeral services and provide assistance to other family in need of assistance in dealing with a tragity such as this.”  (that was taken directly from the website)

On 4/12/15 – Eddie contacted me and stated he has made donations (in February) to various organizations that helped look for Chris.