Kirstie Alley Calls Out Hollywood Hypocrites for Refusing to Work With Republicans

Erin Evans

I remember Kirstie Alley best for It Takes Two (with Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, age 9) and the TV movie Toothless, both of which came out in the mid-1990s.

I couldn’t tell you what she’s been up to since then, but she took to Twitter yesterday, and it’s gold.

First, she called out the left for over the recent call to blacklist Republicans in Hollywood.

She’s so right.  The left claims to be tolerant, saying not only that we should accept everyone from all walks of life – but that we should accept all (sometimes certifiably crazy) viewpoints as equal.  Unless, of course, that viewpoint is conservative.  Then you’re allowed to be as intolerant as you want.

Seriously, how is refusing to do business with Republicans ANY different than refusing to do business with gay people?  Where does the left get off claiming the moral high ground here?

She followed that tweet up with this one:

And this one:

Yup.  Tolerance means tolerance.  It doesn’t mean claiming you believe in tolerance then tearing down those who disagree with you.

She also gave a plug for Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special, Sticks & Stones.

The special has been excoriated by the PC crowd, but seems to be pretty popular among viewers.  I haven’t watched it yet, but multiple friends have recommended it to me.

BRB, I’m off to follow Kirstie on Twitter.

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