FLASHBACK: Kirsty Alley tells Tucker that she’s shocked by Hollywood’s culture of cancellation, anti-politics


Actress Kirsty Alley, whose death from cancer shocked the nation this week, had previously faced relentless backlash for her support of former President Donald Trump. In the 2021 episode of Fox Nation, “Tucker Carlson today,” Alley recounted how honesty took a sharp turn for his political views.

The star recalled working on the project five years ago, where he first expressed his desire to vote for Trump. After her public comments, some producers said they had the same intentions but kept quiet for fear of “never working again” — and Alley said she knows they’re right.

“People say, ‘You’re so brave.’ I go, ‘No, I think I’m stupid,'” he said. “Because honestly, it’s a real situation. And it’s a real draft situation. And it’s really weird to me because most of the artists are free thinkers.”

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Hi there,” he remembered that different political views are always welcome.

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Alley noted how many of his colleagues throughout his career engaged in various illegal or socially shameful behaviors, such as heavy drug use, that many today face the same consequences for espousing conservative thinking. pointed out.

“You can smoke meth and sleep with hookers, but you probably didn’t vote for Trump,” he said. “I feel a little bit off about the whole Twilight Zone concept.”

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“I’ve had a lot of celebrities follow me on Twitter, and now I think three people follow me,” she told Carlson at the time. “I’m the same person. I’m the girl who voted for Obama twice. And I’m like, ‘Oh, I liked you when I voted for Obama, and now you’re this?’ forced to consider.”

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