Kirstie Alley Pretends to be President for the Day, Announces ‘1st Executive Order’

by Jennifer Shea
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Kirstie Alley has declared herself president on Twitter and issued her “1st executive order.” 

After a string of tweets responding to Biden trolls, Alley appears to have snapped a bit from all the political turmoil.

“Oh by the way,” Alley tweeted Friday. “Today I’m president elect Kirstie Alley… thank you thank you.” She also included a video of dogs clapping.

Kirstie Alley, Twitter President

She followed that up with a tweet that included some American flags.

“It feels good to be the president today,” Alley continued. “My dad is better. The sky is blue. I won fair and square.. so here’s my 1st executive order. EVERYONE gets tomorrow off with the pay of $150 an hour!! This is how I plan to lead it’s a new dawn MFers!!!! Let’s ROLL!”

Some tweeps instantly went along with Alley’s game of ‘Let’s Pretend.’ Twitter user Nana Pam replied, “Can we get the next day off also Ms. President Elect?”

Others took the opportunity to needle Alley, a Trump voter. “And meanwhile, trump is trying to figure out if he can pardon himself,” replied Twitter user Let’s Grub.

It’s Not Over Yet for Trump Supporters

Alley is a frequent tweeter who boasts over 1.5 million followers. But the former “Cheers” and “Veronica’s Closet” star has a tendency to get into Twitter fights. And she recently announced that she has joined Parler, a competitor to Twitter that says it supports neutrality and free speech.

“One reason I joined parlor [sic] is to discuss politics in a manner more conducive of sharing ideas,” she tweeted this month.

Alley endorsed President Trump in the 2020 race. While the Associated Press and other media outlets have called the race for Biden, she’s suggested the election is not over yet.

“[Hillary Clinton is] a lying conniving criminal. So is Biden,” she tweeted Friday. “It will be over when it’s over. Then I guess we will all do as we see fit. I promised myself I wouldn’t act like the ‘he’s not my president’ a—hats. Time will tell.”  

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