Kirsty Alley stands by her decision to vote for President Donald Trump.
On Saturday, Alley opted. “I vote for @realDonaldTrump because he’s not a politician,” the actress said Tweeted, Before the November 3 election. “This is why I voted for him 4 years ago and for this reason I will vote for him again. He will get things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly. You have those who are there for you.”
The comments were quick and suggestive, among other things, of the president’s management and financial collapse of the coronavirus. Alley’s name tops the trending list.
Filmmaker Judd Apato One of the actress’ critics, Tweeting, “Shelley Long is far more ridiculous than you,” actress Shelley Long’s hint, departing from “Cheers” paved the way for the inclusion of Alley character Rebecca Howe.
“Actually, he’s running in the RE election. He’s a politician,” Pointed out Actor Dietrich Bader. “Also, the strange argument is ‘I want a non-pilot to land the plane’.
Not everyone is critical. Twitter user Pam Weatherby Echoed many feelings Among Alley’s loyal followers, “Thank you for being so strong as to say this openly! Many people in Hollywood are terrified.”
Alley jumped back to express her displeasure, unable to express her opinion without attacking her.
“Don’t think I’ve ever seen such a name called in my life,” she said Tweeted 30 minutes after her first post. “Certainly not on my site here, however I feel ess not allowed to have a point of view without actually calling them nasty names.
A few hours later, Alley reminded his followers to “stick to your guns.”