Dear Yvonne C. Rawls of the Twenty Pearls Foundation,
Mo’Kelly read your rather wordy and emotion-filled editorial published in The Gainesville Sun today. Kudos to you.
Although the editorial is titled as “AKA Sorority States the Facts,” it was pretty short on factual information. So let Mo’Kelly further help you out.
How about the fact that it is almost word for word like the Barbara McKinzie email originally sent out previous to it. It wouldn’t exactly be plagiarism as you’ve obviously received permission to submit the editorial and its content. But to be sure, it’s anything but a construction of your own imagination.
…And that’s a fact.
Wanna see it, HERE it go!
Whereas your argument smacks of disdain for the internet and “irresponsible headlines” which seem to meet your disapproval, let Mo’Kelly also bring to your attention, that his audience is larger than The Gainsville Sun. In addition to the home blog site, it also appears in a number of newspapers around the country, including the Chicago Sun-Times, coincidentally in the backyard of your organization’s headquarters.
…That’s a fact too.
You already know this to be true, otherwise this story wouldn’t have popped up in every mainstream media news destination around the country and beyond. Obviously people read Mo’Kelly, including you.
To date, nobody in support of Barbara A. McKinzie has dared come on the record and speak on her behalf. It’s disingenuous to complain about the coverage of these issues yet make no attempt to go to the source of the coverage in which everything initiated and state your case. You collectively have not taken any questions, addressed any evidence and have not disproven any allegations. Your arrogance and silence are concurrently and simultaneously killing your case.
It’s a curious strategy. If you think you can backdoor the media with your message, yet ignore the flashpoint of this story, you are mistaken. To your credit, it won’t be the first time. Backdooring the sorority arguably got you to this point.
In other words, y’all have been short on dialogue and even shorter on facts in this fight. A fight you’re losing by the way.
Mo’Kelly is calling you out Yvonne.
Mo’Kelly also made it very clear to Dr. McNealey that EVERY SINGLE TIME you attempt to put out your message without going through Mo’Kelly first, you will get spanked. Now get in the cut!
After requests have been put into Dr. McNealey, Barbara McKinzie, Melody McDowell et al…you’ve collectively been mum in engaging your membership or the general public in legitimate dialogue about these issues.
One day McKinzie says via email this battle should not be fought in the media, the next you’re submitting editorials which match THAT SAME email word-for-word. One day McKinzie presents a PowerPoint slideshow arguing that nobody has the right to destroy someone…the next you are submitting editorials casitgating 8 members of the sorority as “rogue” members and none of them is accused of any crime, much less embezzlement of more than one million dollars from the sorority.
None of them.
It’s time for Barbara McKinzie to put up…or shut up (in an editorial sense). Mo’Kelly understands your collective fear of him, but either somebody from McKinzie’s camp goes on the record in regard to the allegations or Mo’Kelly will continue to hammer away unopposed, unanswered and most importantly undeterred. Hate to go gospel on you here, but Mo’Kelly is “no ways tired.” It’s taken you WEEKS to have ONE fleeting editorial placed. 10,000 people will see each and EVERY post concerning “Criminal Girls with 20 Pearls” by week’s end.
Do the math. Mo’Kelly is waiting (and winning).
Con mucho amor,
“The Most Interesting Blogger in the World”
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