One Tree Hill alum Hilarie Burton40, he went Twitteragain, on Nov. 20 to mention Full house an actor Candace Cameron Bure, 46, and his words about “traditional values.” The 40-year-old wrote that “bias” was behind the deadly shooting at an LGBT nightclub that took place on Sunday. “THIS! This is why we need to stand up against racism of all kinds — even the ‘she’s-not-the-girl-next-door’ bulls-eye I mentioned last week,” he began. “@GAfamilyTV’s racism is the worst kind. It keeps people from entering the ‘preserving traditional culture’.
THIS! This is why we must fight against all forms of discrimination – even the “I’m-not-the-pretty-girl-next-door” porn that I mentioned last week. Discrimination against @GAfamilyTV it is a very dangerous species. It is subject to accidental deletion “to protect cultural values”. https://t.co/x55xX92LbJ
— Hilarie Burton Morgan (@HilarieBurton) November 20, 2022
Later, in her Twitter thread, Hilarie said that “brutal people” and “their traditional behavior” contributed to the tragedy that happened over the weekend. “To the people of Colorado Springs, I am heartbroken and sending you so much love and support. To my LGBTQ friends? I love you. You are perfect and made in the image of God and deserve to be included. To the big people? Your ‘traditional values’ killed at least five people last night.” ,” he captioned the film. Hilarie also said that she is a “Christian for life” even though she “never said anything about Christianity.”
Her comments about Club Q (the nightclub where it took place) and Candace came just over a week after Hilarie took to Twitter to comment on the 46-year-old’s decision to leave the Hallmark channel for the Great American Family network because of ” program of faith”. .” The same day Wall Street Journal published an interview with Candace, Hilarie wrote via Twitter, “The Elder. I don’t remember Jesus loving hypocrites like Candy. But sure. Make your money, honey. You take racism all the way to the bank.” In the post, he tweeted TV Linethe post of Christmas Down Wraps star interview.
Candace said first Wall Street Journal about his decision to move to the cinema last Monday. “My heart wants to tell stories that have meaning and purpose and depth behind them,” he said. “I knew that the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote religious programs and good family entertainment.”
Since his interview was published, many stars have criticized him for his comments. In a new interview with PEOPLEan actor JoJo Siwa, 19, said he may never speak to Candace again. “That’s what’s disappointing,” he said. “You don’t like gay marriage, do your thing girl.” You being religious, do your thing girl. Yes, I would like everyone to do what they want. But to intentionally leave someone for the one they love, that’s sh-y. ” Candace also took to her Instagram on Nov. 16 to release a statement about her comeback. She wrote in the post, “From the bottom of my heart” and said that she has “great love and affection for all people.”