It was painful enough for Marie Gale to endure the suicide of her son Philip when he was a student at MIT. Now nearly twenty years later, she is being forced to relive her pain due to a vicious personal attack and character assassination led by Leah Remini and Mike Rinder that is shamelessly bankrolled by A&E’s Nancy Dubuc. Exploiting Marie’s daughter, Elizabeth, to attack her own mother, Remini and Rinder mercilessly used their reality TV show to tear into Marie and her faith, blaming her for the tragic death of her son, who was deeply troubled after the sudden death of his father.
Now Marie is being forced to relive her pain due to a vicious personal attack and character assassination led by Leah Remini and Mike Rinder that is shamelessly bankrolled by A&E’s Nancy Dubuc.
Just when one thinks that Remini, Rinder and A&E’s Dubuc can’t sink any lower, they do exactly that. Sacrificing good people like Marie Gale on the altar of Leah Remini’s ego shows that the empress of hate has no clothes—it’s Remini’s transparent goal to spread hate to the point where nothing is too tasteless, too shameless or too offensive to be considered off limits.
Incredibly, the attack on Marie Gale comes just a week after Remini and Rinder launched a full-scale assault on the mothers of Aaron Poulin and Tayler Tweed, two other tragic suicide victims. Shamelessly blaming the two mothers and their faith for the tragic loss of their children, Remini and Rinder resorted to casting as a “star witness” about Tayler a woman who had not had any contact with her in more than a decade and who had not been a friend of hers since they were children. Her “expertise” came from following Tayler on Facebook. Nonetheless, she was passed off as an expert because she could serve as a convenient vehicle to spread hate.
As a result of Remini’s sadistic hit job, Tayler’s mother received hundreds of hate messages, such as: “I hope you can live with the fact that you essentially killed your daughter, you brainwashed, cult freak!!! I hope you burn in hell!!!!”
Those who know Marie Gale know her as a caring, warm mother with a big heart who helped her children. It is shameful that Remini and Rinder portray her in any other way. Coping with the sudden death of her husband from a heart attack, Marie gave everything to helping her children deal with the loss of their father. Though the family had been Scientologists for generations, Marie believed that as her children came of age they could decide for themselves what they wanted to do to pursue a life of religion, or whatever they wanted to do to satisfy their spiritual needs.
As Marie described it close to two decades ago, “Philip had been raised with the concepts of Scientology. However, after his time in Los Angeles and upon returning to MIT, he informed me that he did not feel that Scientology was ‘for him.’ He expressly communicated his understanding that it was my religion of choice, but asked that I grant him the right to choose for himself. I did so, and never wavered in my belief that he had the right and responsibility to choose his own religious path. I always maintained my love and support for him—whatever he chose to do.”
With Marie, Remini again exploits a family tragedy, twisting reality into a scripted story to attack a good woman and mother who dedicated her love and care to her children. That’s because Remini is obsessed with spreading hate about Marie’s chosen religion. Remini and Rinder further tear open the wounds by using Marie’s daughter Elizabeth to go before A&E’s cameras to dishonor her family legacy and what her family stands for, and to try to destroy and hurt what her mother holds dear.
Remini again exploits a family tragedy, twisting reality into a scripted story to attack a good woman and mother who dedicated her love and care to her children.
Remini exploits the difficult relationship Marie has had with Elizabeth, using the daughter as a tool to dishonor her family and its legacy. She ignores how Elizabeth upset her mother—who is vehemently anti-drug, has promoted the truth about the harm drugs cause and who helps those seeking to end addiction—when she built a marijuana farm on the property her ancestors had homesteaded. When her mother objected, Elizabeth rebelled further, cutting off all communication to her mother and insisting on keeping the property the family owned so she could use it for marijuana.
Anyone who has followed Remini and Rinder’s egotistical, self-aggrandizing show know they and A&E’s Nancy Dubuc could not care less. They are fine with dragging the mothers of suicide victims through the mud as long as they get ratings and make money.
After all, Remini’s goal is to spread incendiary hatred so vicious that it could incite violence directed at anyone who has exercised their freedom to choose Scientology as their religion. She has moved from vindictive and bitter at having been expelled from the Church of Scientology to become A&E’s resident propagandist working to malign good people, wreck relationships and create unhappiness.
Remini’s goal is to spread incendiary hatred so vicious that it could incite violence directed at anyone who has exercised their freedom to choose Scientology as their religion.
Here you will hear further from those who had firsthand knowledge of the Gale family and Lizzie’s care and attention.
Again, the lies put out in Remini’s show provide a window into how vindictive and bitter Leah Remini is at having been expelled from the Scientology religious community for ethical lapses, and how she is obsessed with maligning good people like Marie Gale, wrecking relationships and creating the kind of unhappiness she wallows in.