Alfalfa From “The Little Rascals” Actor, Bug Hall, Was Banned From Twitter For Pushing His Dangerous “Parenting Methods”

December 8, 2022 / Posted by:

It looks like it’s high time for Butch to lace up his shit-kickers to beat the shorts off of the actor who played Alfalfa in 1994’s The Little Rascals movie, because former child actor, Bug Hall, has been telling on himself by talking about his cruel parenting techniques on Twitter. Bug, who was caught huffing next to a dumpster back in 2020, has four small daughters. Apparently, he’s gone the “Radical Traditional Catholic” (or “TradCath”) route which means that he’s been teaching his daughters about “marital debt.” Because of these tweets, his account has been permanently banned from Twitter. Trigger warnings galore head.

ONTD says that the former actor’s been tweeting about the controversial “parenting” methods he and his wife use on their poor daughters, who are all under the age of five.

Bug Hall is a former child star turned Tradcath (Radical Traditionalist Catholic) who teaches his 5 and under daughters about “marital debt” and apparently physically abuses them starting at 10 months old.

Bug Hall and Jill de Groff got married in February 2017. Wizards of Waverly Place’s David Henrie and Hall’s Little Rascals costar Zachary Mabry were his groomsmen. Hall and de Groff have four (4) daughters.

Back in 2020, Bug Hall was arrested over Father’s Day weekend after he was allegedly caught inhaling an air duster by a hotel dumpster.

Here’s how he’s “training” his daughters to be wives (why do these losers always only have daughters?)

And the punishments are “severe” in his home:

A few years ago, he moved his family to the Midwest to “intentionally” live in poverty (AKA those royalty checks probably stopped).

In 2021 he released a YouTube video explaining that he had moved to a farm in the Midwest with his wife and daughters and that the family were to take a vow of poverty.

And since all of a sudden Elon Musk is pretending that hateful words matter to him, Bug’s account was suspended for “hateful conduct.” Bug fancies himself a victim of truth-telling. Barf.

Of course, Bug’s neck-bearded child-beating ilk are crying “discrimination against Catholics.”

Darla would’ve never stood for this, and hopefully, Buckwheat knows the number for Child Protective Services even though he couldn’t remember the number for 9-1-1; because those poor babies deserve better than being beaten for doing baby stuff and having a maniacal father who discusses their future non-consensual sex lives for all of the internets to ogle. Sign me up for the “Wee-Man’s-An-Abusive-Zealot Haters Club.

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