Kirstie Alley sends sweet, inspiring message out ahead of election: ‘I want to say something to all Trump supporters…’

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Actress Kirstie Alley sent an encouraging message to fellow supporters of President Donald Trump just two days before the election.

The conservative star and vocal Trump advocate took to Twitter, where she has frequently confronted the president’s critics, to tell his supporters she is “grateful” for them and their hard work to get him reelected. Alley, who also spoke with Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently about her Twitter feud with CNN, warned her 1.5 million followers on the social media platform about the Democrats’ “fragile impaired front man,” Joe Biden.

“I want to say something to all Trump supporters,” Alley tweeted Sunday. “You are tenacious courageous and fun. You don’t give up.”

“You have done your best to support your candidate and you have WORKED so hard to help @realDonaldTrump,” she added. “I’m proud to stand beside you. Win or lose, I’m grateful for U.”

Hours later, she called out the “socialist snakes” who pretend to support Biden, warning that the Democratic presidential nominee will not be the one who would “call the shots” if he is elected.

“Trump is loud, rough & sometimes crude,” she wrote. “I’ll take that ANY DAY over good-mannered SOCIALIST snakes PRETENDING they TRUST the leadership of their fragile impaired FRONT MAN.”

Alley then targeted progressives like New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “cackling” Senator and Biden running mate Kamala Harris as well as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders as just the “tip of the sh– show.”

Speaking with Carlson in an interview on Fox News, Alley elaborated on her recent battle with CNN’s communications team over a response to her earlier criticism of the network’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.

After she called out CNN’s fear-mongering on COVID-19, Alley was targeted by the official account for CNN Communications which insulted her with a jab at her work in “Veronica’s Closet,” an NBC sitcom that ran for three seasons from 1997 to 2000.

“I am like the poster girl for COVID correctness,” the 69-year-old actress said on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“I wear a mask. I social distance, I wash my hands ’til they’re raw, I’ve almost been in seclusion for eight months, so it’s not like I’m the girl who is out there saying, ‘don’t do any of this,'” she said.

(Source: Fox News)

“They’re saying the same thing, it’s the three same things we heard for eight months, many people do that, they still get it I don’t know what mystery is behind that. But, if they were coming up with new preventives, I would be happy to listen,” she told Carlson.

“You’re making such a rational point,” the Fox News host responded. “Here you are, you’re doing what they ask you to do, you are not coughing on anyone in elevators.”

“I’m not downplaying it at all. “I’ve had friends who’ve gotten COVID, I’ve had two friends that almost died,” Alley noted. “I’m not downplaying it, I’m just saying what good does it do anyone if you’re provoking terror.”

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