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He’s Charged With Killing His Wife, What He Said On Television Years Before Gave Him Away….

Rebecca Bliefnick‘s gut-wrenching murder by her estranged hubby, Timothy Bliefnick, slaps us in the face with the cold, hard truth about domestic violence. What’s even more spine-tingling is that Timmy Boy had a creepy premonition of sorts on Family Feud four years ago.

When the host popped the question, “What’s the biggest wedding night regret?” Tim replied, “Saying I do.” Quite a bombshell of an answer, right? It landed near the top of the survey results. On the show, he claimed that he loved his wife and that his answer was just a gag. He seemed like a real barrel of laughs, all smiles and jokes.

But there’s nothing funny about the real-life horror story that unfolded. Charged with two counts of first-degree murder and a home invasion, Tim showed his true colors. Rebecca was found lifeless in her home by a family member, and the couple had restraining orders against each other. Yet another domestic abuse case, adding to the ever-growing pile.

We’ve gotta wake up, folks! It’s crazy that someone who yukked it up on national TV could end up being a cold-blooded killer. We need to take domestic violence to heart and do everything we can to shield victims and stop these atrocities from happening. That means pouring more cash into support services, holding abusers responsible, and making sure everyone knows the red flags and risks of domestic violence.

And let’s not forget the little ones. Kids exposed to these situations can be scarred for life, carrying emotional baggage and psychological damage. We owe it to them, and to society as a whole, to step up our game and put an end to these tragedies.

Tim Bliefnick’s eerie Family Feud answer haunts us, reminding us of the unfathomable pain domestic violence causes. In honor of Rebecca Bliefnick’s memory, let’s join forces to stamp out domestic violence and lend a hand to those affected by it.

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Sources: TheGatewayPundit, Daily Mail

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