Kirstie Alley hints Trump might not be ‘dangerous man’; questions election legitimacy

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Kirstie Alley was criticized on social media for declaring her support for Donald Trump.


Kirstie Alley hinted that President Trump might not be the “dangerous man” as People stay divided on claims the 2020 election voting course of is rigged.

Alley, who beforehand caught backlash for declaring her allegiance to the president forward of the election, took to Twitter Thursday morning to notice that she’s struggling to grapple with the unprecedented nature of this present election. Particularly, she known as for there to be extra transparency within the course of than there already is.

She additionally insisted that those that communicate up aren’t essentially “dangerous” individuals. With out naming names, Alley’s tweet suggests Trump’s outspoken conduct does not make him a disruptor within the election and that Joe Biden‘s calm demeanor could also be fooling People.

“The loud man at all times appears just like the dangerous man. REAL dangerous guys are stealth and as you’ve heard 1,000,000 instances about killers ‘He appeared like such a pleasant man. He was very quiet,'” Alley wrote Thursday morning.

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The “Cheers” actress additionally advised “monkey enterprise” is at play in terms of voting outcomes.

“I consider in honest elections. SEEMS monkey enterprise is at play. It both is or isn’t. That’s after we dig in & discover out. It’s not conspiracy theories. It’s due diligence,” she wrote. “Not like the “due diligence” DEMS have executed for four years to take down POTUS for invented crimes. DIG IN FIND OUT.”

The publish prompted some backlash from her followers. The actress responded to at least one such barb from a person who instructed her there may be not “monkey enterprise” simply because she doesn’t just like the outcomes. 

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Kirstie Alley clapped back at critics on Twitter.

Kirstie Alley clapped again at critics on Twitter.
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Alley responded by mocking the person for following her regardless of hating her content material.

“Truly there aren’t any outcomes to love or dislike at this level,” she wrote. “However I positive would hate false outcomes. And the opposite factor is, you comply with me ‘large lady’.  I don’t know you from Eve. So be at liberty to maneuver together with your personal life. Shoo shoo off you go.”

Alley has been in a number of back-and-forth discussions on Twitter ever since declaring to her followers that she voted for Trump in 2016 and deliberate to take action once more on Oct. 17. 

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“I’m voting for @realDonaldTrump as a result of he’s NOT a politician,” Alley, 69, started. “I voted for him four years in the past because of this and shall vote for him once more because of this. He will get issues executed shortly and he’ll flip the financial system round shortly. There you may have it of us there you may have it.”

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It didn’t take lengthy earlier than the “Look Who’s Speaking” star was berated by her followers on the social media website for her continued assist for Trump amid a slew of points together with his dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic, which she had beforehand publicly praised. Earlier than lengthy, Alley’s identify was trending on Twitter.

As of Friday morning, People proceed to attend to see who will win the presidency, and plenty of left-leaning celebrities balked at Trump‘s claims in a Thursday deal with that voter fraud is at play.





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