Here’s to another celebrity in Hollywood who has a head on their shoulders!
Kirstie Alley stuck up for President Trump and Trump supporters after fellow actress Debra Messing tried to create a communist style blacklist of anyone who likes Trump.
According to HollyWeird, having your own opinion is no longer allowed!
You must agree with Big Brother!
But thankfully people like Jon Voight, J. Peterman and Kirstie Alley still speak up for what is right!
Here are more details, from Fox News:
"I refuse to be part of the Hollywood a—hats who can’t see that 'NOT working with Republicans' is as stupid and NASTY as 'REFUSING to do business with gay people,'" the 68-year-old star, who hasn't acted since "Scream Queens" in 2016, tweeted Friday. "STOP ACTING above the FRAY ya damn hypocrites...WE are the same species! let’s help each OTHER ya damn yahoos."
The blacklist brouhaha began last week when Emmy winner Debra Messing promoted an Alabama church sign that called black Trump voters mentally ill. She later apologized for tweeting about the sign around the time that "#RacistDebraMessing" began trending on Twitter.
Kirstie Alley enters the house during the "Celebrity Big Brother" Launch Night at Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire, England. Alley slammed working Hollywood stars for requesting media outlets to publish a list of attendees of a Donald Trump fundraiser. (Getty)
"NUMBER 1– I apologized for liking that church sign. I said I regret it. I shud have thought before recklessly supporting," she tweeted Wednesday night.
"You won’t accept this but black people are targeted by Trump’s GOP for voter suppression," she added. "Charlottesville was about Trump supporters hating POC and Jews."
Messing referenced the 2017 protests in the city in opposition to removing a statue of former Civil War General Robert E. Lee; in the same weekend, white supremacists demonstrated, some screaming "Jews will not replace us." James Fields plowed into counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally, killing 32-year-old paralegal Heather Heyer and injuring more than 30 others.
Trump declared after Charlottesville that “there is blame on both sides” for the deadly violence, adding, “There are two sides to a story.”
Messing and "Will & Grace" co-star Eric McCormack ignited a media firestorm last week when they allegedly called for a media outlet to publish the names of people attending a fundraiser for President Trump.
Amid backlash, the two claimed they weren't calling for a blacklist but rather wanted to bring attention to already-public information.
"I NEVER NOR WOULD I EVER call for a blacklist of anyone for any reason. The info is publicly available. I as a consumer want to know where MY ... Money is going when I pay for entertainment. Just as you have the right to not watch W&G bc I don’t support Trump, I have the right to not go see (pay for) a movie with someone supporting babies in cages," the actress said in two separate tweets on Wednesday.
Here is Fox News covering the Debra Messing mess:
This isn't the first time Alley has stood up for Trump.
After his win in 2016, she sent him this congratulatory message: