Greg Fultz, the New Mexico man who took out a billboard to shame his ex-girlfriend for allegedly having an abortion, has a violent, almost psychotic Twitter history.
Fultz made news this week when he purchased a billboard in the town of Alamogordo in which he accused his ex-girlfriend of having “killed” his baby. She claims she had a miscarriage and has filed a civil suit to have the billboard taken down, and though a judge has recommended he remove it until a decision can be made, it remains up.
Opinion has been divided over his actions. There are some who believe the billboard was in remarkably bad taste, and that Greg Fultz is essentially a jerk for advertising his ex’s medical history in public. Others believe that it is within the rights of free speech for him to advertise it, and that it isn’t defamatory because the woman is not named in the billboard (though apparently he used her initials on the sign).
But new evidence in the form of Greg Fultz’s Twitter statements shows that the man shouldn’t be felt sorry for in the least. He’s a disgusting, grade A jerk (among other adjectives which can’t be printed here). He relishes in the embarrassment of his ex-girlfriend, is smug about the legal case against him, and exhibits a chilling enjoyment of graphic violence against women.
- “What do you tell a woman with two black eyes? Nothing. She’s already been told twice.”
- “What does a battered woman do when she comes home from the hospital? The dishes, if she knows what’s good for her.”
- “What do you do if you see your ex running around in your front yard covered in blood and screaming for help? Stay calm, reload, & try again.”
- “It’s not that I regret meeting you, it’s that I regret not running you over with my car before you walked out on me.”
Fultz demonstrates a love of violence against women that makes it all too clear that his billboard antics were meant with the deepest of malice. His ex was lucky to be rid of him, and frankly it’s all the better that any potential child of his remains unborn. Who knows what other types of violence Greg Fultz is a fan of?