Kirstie Alley Urges Americans To ‘Demand Fairness’ in 2020 Election

by Thad Mitchell
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Actress Kirstie Alley has had much to say about the 2020 presidential election and took to social media on Thursday to lend support to America’s voters. Responding to a tweet praising Fox News personality Tucker Carlson, Alley says voters should “demand fairness.”

“BINGO!!!” Alley tweets early Thursday morning. “We have a lot to do PATRIOTS between today and 2024…DIG IN!!!! But for now…DEMAND FAIRNESS and honesty in this election.”

Carlson’s monologue touches on “good news” and says “America is still here” after Democrats spent more money on this election than on any other election to oust President Donald Trump.

“America remains,” Carlson says in his opening statements. “It is still here. That is the first and most important thing. It is not a forgone conclusion that we almost lost it.”

Outspoken Alley Endorses Trump

Alley has not been shy about sharing her endorsement of Trump and her overall support for the Republican Party. She has often used social media to convey her support for conservatives and distrust of the Democratic party.

The actress took a great deal of criticism after Tweeting her support for Trump’s reelection campaign. She says she plans on voting for Trump to serve four more years in office in a tweet from before election day.

“I’m voting for @realDonaldTrump because he’s NOT a politician,” she says. “I voted for him four years ago for this reason and shall vote for again for this reason. He gets things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly. There you have it folks there you have it.”

The actress would double down on her Trump support with another tweet after receiving backlash for her support of the President.

“Stick to your guns,” she writes. “Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your integrity. Just remember: If it takes thousands to try and bring you down, you must be one powerful ‘Mfer.’ Love wins.”

She followed up the tweet with three muscle emojis and two heart emojis.

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