Kirstie Alley Comments on ‘Attacks’ for Being a Scientologist, How She Approaches Other Religions

by Joe Rutland
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Actress Kirstie Alley is taking a stand and fighting back against people who have been challenging her beliefs as a Scientologist.

Alley, known by many for her role in movies like “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and television shows like “Cheers” and made her comments on Twitter.

Obviously, she is telling people that she will not take it when anyone attacks Scientology.

Her religious and political comments, including retweeting conspiracy theories and comments from President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Guiliani, either draw ire or support in Alley’s direction.

She recently offered her support when retweeting comments made by actor Rob Schneider

Meanwhile, she also recently commented on President Trump’s Trillion Tree executive order. Alley offers her full support of Trump’s action.

Kirstie Alley Is Taking Time To Care For Her Father

Also, Alley is spending time taking care of her father. He has been dealing with COVID-19 symptoms recently and the actress reached out asking for prayers for him.

Earlier this month, Alley posted a string of now-deleted tweets explaining how her father has COVID-19. In the tweets, she begs the nursing home to allow her family to visit him. 

Alley, 69, posted on Twitter about her 96-year-old father’s positive test results to COVID-19 during his time in a nursing home. She also posted about her plea to the home to let her family visit the man, who they haven’t seen in seven months.

“My 96 year old dad tested positive for Covid yesterday. He’s not left his room in his nice care center for 7 months. FAMILY haven’t been allowed in for 7 months. Masks & gloves worn by all workers. SO let FAMILY in to see our loved ones.! We can wear masks gloves & be TESTED too,” she wrote earlier this month.

An hour later, Alley adds her family promises to go to any extreme in order to see him. She cites testing and proper safety coverage as precautions they are willing to take.

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