Kristie Alley fights back on twitter critics after posting about Donald Trump

The Look Who’s Talking star, Kirstie Alley, replied to Twitter users who attacked her on Twitter after posting who she is voting for in the Presidential elections.

The actress who played Saavik in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan shared she’s voting again for US President Donald Trump. 

The reason? Because Trump is not a politician, says  the Cheers star.

Alley added, “He gets things done quickly, and he will turn the economy around quickly.”

Twitter users and some personalities who disagree with the actress went on to reply to the actress’ announcement. 

After the surge of replies against Alley, the actress wittily replied to some of them. 

Later on, the actress wrote another post on Twitter, calling people who name-called her “nasty people.”

According to Alley, she has never seen “so much name-calling” in her life. 

“I guess I’m not allowed to have a viewpoint without being called a[sic] really nasty names,” the actress added. 

The actress, recently, seems to show her support to the conspiracy theory movement, QAnon.

In fact, she commended the group’s famous phrase, “where we go one, we go all,” in one Twitter post. 

Alley pictured along with his husband in 1991

What Did People Say? 

One Twitter user, a working mom, called Alley, “a hot mess.”

Another Twitter user, Emmet, took a jab against Alley’s weight problem in his tweet.

The Twitter user called the actress an “in demand cover girl” and included unflattering images of Alley from different magazines.

American director, Judd Apatow, tweeted, “Shelly Long was way funnier than you.”

There are some people, however, who took the being civil road and tried to open a dialogue with Alley. 

In fact, a former Trump supporter and US army veteran, David Weissman, replied to her that they can “dialogue respectfully” if Alley likes.

He added that he won’t force Alley’s choice but hopes she thinks about it.

Some people also aired their support of of the actress.

For example, former Vice Presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, told Alley “Cheers” and “stay strong.”

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