• In response to an article about Quaden Bayles, Tammi Clary claimed she had told her autistic son to “stop being a pussy” when he was bullied
  • A screenshot of Clary’s comment uploaded to Facebook by Ivy Rose was shared over 11,000 times
  • Clary appears to have disabled her Facebook account after going viral for her comment

On Friday, as false rumors spread online that 9-year-old Quaden Bayles was an 18-year-old actor and scam artist, Tammi Clary went viral for commenting on how she treated her autistic son when he was bullied.

Her comment was in reply to an article on American comedian Brad Williams raising over $300,000 for Quaden to go to Disneyland. Like Bayles, Williams also has dwarfism and felt compelled to start the Go Fund Me campaign. Williams has said a small percentage of the money will go to Quaden’s trip to Disneyland and the rest would go to anti-bullying and anti-abuse charities.

Quaden went viral after his mother Yarraka Bayles posted a video of the young boy crying and saying he wanted to commit suicide after being bullied. While many have been questioning Bayles intentions of showing her son’s struggles, the story of a famous comedian raising money for a bullied child with dwarfism is one that should warm a person’s heart. The story apparently struck a nerve with Clary who felt the need to share how she treated her autistic child when he was bullied.

Stop Being A Pussy

“I’m sorry but this is ridiculous,” the comment begins. “My son has autism and has been bullied for years. He has come home crying many times.” Clary goes on to claim she consoled her autistic child by telling him “to stop being a pussy.” Continuing to dig her own grave, Clary claims if her autistic child came to her crying again she would “give him something to cry about.”

Clary claims her son is now 14 and “doing great” but if he is still being bullied “he knows better” than to tell her about it. “My son used to say he wanted to die to and I said do it, because if you can’t handle life now, your really going to be fucked,” Clary wrote. Yes, you read that correctly. Clary claimed on a public comment thread on Facebook that she told her autistic child to commit suicide.

Then the Internet did what the Internet does. Her horrifying comment was screenshotted and shared on Facebook by “Ivy Rose” where it was shared over 11,000 times. Rose’s caption with the post simply read, “bruh.”

Zachary Davis also uploaded the screenshot along with several others. His post was shared over 850 times. In one of the screenshots, Clary is responding to a comment about a son telling his mother he is gay. “If your child tells you that, they have a serious mental illness and need help,” Clary wrote. She went on to say, “And if one of my sons ever told me he sucked dick, I would dis own him. That is not aight!!”

Social media users have uploaded the screenshots to dozens of accounts across Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms where they have been shared thousands of times. Clary appears to have disabled her account after receiving viral attention. Davis also included a screenshot of Clary’s account before it was disabled.

Long before Clary went viral another screenshot posted in the Facebook group “Mckinleyville Residents against Tammi C The Closet Homophobe and racist” reads “we should gas them all and be done with. Move forward!” Her comment was in response to an article from Lost Coast Outpost on a homeless housing program from Betty Chinn that was removed from the agenda in Eureka City Council.

Tammi Clary

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