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Wonder Woman Gal Gadot, Kirstie Alley hit by PC police for ‘heartless’ tribute to Stephen Hawking

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When social justice warriors have nothing to be outraged over, they’re experts at making up a reason on the spot.

“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot was panned as “ableist,” or discriminatory against the handicapped, for paying respect to the late English physicist with the words “Now you’re free of any physical constraints.”

“Rest in peace Dr. Hawking,” she wrote. “Now you’re free of any physical constraints.. Your brilliance and wisdom will be cherished forever.”

Gal Gadot. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP).

The Israeli actress’s message was immediately censured for allegedly “defining Stephen Hawking by his disability.”

A person who claimed to suffer from a disability said Gadot’s tweet was “ableist.”

Another said her words were “very offensive.”

One person even recommended “abled people can go away.”

Many others directed similar tweets at Gadot.

Some users took aim at Gadot for the two years she spent in Israel’s military.

Others came to the actress’s defense.

Another actress, Kirstie Alley of “Cheers” fame, also took heat for a Stephen Hawking-related tweet.

Kirstie Alley. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File).

“You had a good go at it..thanks for your input,” she wrote.”


Users scratched their heads wondering what Alley’s message meant. Some called it “heartless.

Several users mocked Alley’s Scientology.



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