Kirstie Alley not only belongs to the Scientology cult, she’s also in the MAGA cult

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Kirstie Alley is a Scientologist. We’ve known about that for decades, that she belongs to the dangerous cult of Scientology. Kirstie is also something like Scientology’s attack dog – she doesn’t have much of a career these days, so she’s got nothing to lose, and she gets sent out to attack Scientology’s biggest critics. She once said that criticizing Scientology is “repulsive” and that Leah Remini is a “bigot” for… you know, leaving the cult and openly questioning the cult’s inner workings.

That’s all background. Turns out, people who belong to one cult can easily be ensnared in another cult. Kirstie belongs to the cult of MAGA. She’s a Trump supporter. She tweeted this out last night after Trump’s unhinged press conference:

When people were like “WTF” and “which press conference were you watching?” she responded in the only way she knows how:

Imagine watching any of Donald Trump’s little coronaMAGA pressers and thinking he’s a great leader, and that people are just haters when they’re like “holy sh-t, Donald Trump is being grossly irresponsible.” Kirstie is grossly irresponsible too, to amplify the MAGA message and praise this sick, inhumane, small-handed despot.

Oh sh-t she’s also one of those people who thinks the coronavirus is all one larger conspiracy. Ten bucks says she’s a QAnoner.

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  1. It’sjustblanche says:

    She seemed normal once. And was so beautiful. Now she’s that crazy aunt no one wants to invite for thanksgiving dinner.

    • Guest with Cat says:

      Yeah what the Xenu happened to her? I don’t usually comment on people’s beliefs but she, Tom Cruise and John Travolta don’t exactly make Scientology shine as a belief system that let’s you age with your marbles intact. John Travolta seems more together than the other two but not if you look too closely.

      Isn’t Jenna Elfman odd, too? I don’t know asjcj about her.

      • lucy2 says:

        A lot of the people in that organization come off as very cold and mean, IMO. Especially Kirstie.

    • Lua says:

      Just a perfect example of when your outside reflects what’s inside. She’s become a cliche animated Disney villain.

      • whatWHAT? says:

        just what I was thinking. she used to be beautiful. now her inside ugly is on the outside, too. that sneer masquerading as a smile…*SHUDDERS*

    • Bunny says:

      She’s ugly as homemade sin now, and not at all because of her age or weight.

      She always seems to be simmering with nastiness.


  2. Lyli says:

    Oh no, so awful! But she’s a big fan of Esther The Wonder Pig 🙁

  3. LaUnicaAngelina says:

    She’s such a garbage person. I liked her when I was a kid because of “Look Who’s Talking” and the sequel.

  4. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Guess I’m a conspiracy theorist now as well, because I’m genuinely afraid of anyone who can praise the person standing on our country’s dais. And there are so many. And what they read, and what they listen to, and what they say scares me. There are millions of scary stupid people in charge. Be afraid.

    • Esmom says:

      I know, right? Yesterday I was just despondent at all the people not just supporting Trump but also giving everything they have to trashing Joe Biden, too (cough Don Junior cough). Just when I had been feeling like winning in November was actually within reach, I’m back to feeling hopeless again. Too bad Kristie can’t just crawl into her shell and stay tf off Twitter, too.

      • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

        Exactly. And none are crawling back and staying offline. In fact every time someone intelligent speaks, someone with quality and character, it incenses them! I’ve been reading their online ‘stuff,’ the crazy websites and publications, people they listen to and admire and omfg. There’s a country-sized cauldron on slow boil, and they keep throwing in hundreds of daily lies, blame and fear then stirring that into the years’ long stew. The damn thing will overflow at some point. These people are crazy!

      • MeghanNotMarkle says:

        I’ve been feeling much the same way. I hope everyone is staying safe at home and doing well.

      • Mac says:

        Trump can do whatever he wants, but I don’t see my governor easing restrictions on March 30. Never have state and local elections mattered so much.

  5. Hereforit says:

    I think people who believe every conspiracy theory are people who can’t mentally handle that sometimes bad things that we can’t control just happen. It gives them comfort to think that there is something behind it, a reason for it… that it is not just random shit.

    Sure, some “conspiracies” usually do reveal themselves, e.g. Bay if Pigs. But they are almost always in the military context. They are not slaughtering small children in a mass shooting (fucking Sandy Hook “truthers”).

    • STRIPE says:

      I also think conspiracy theorists want to be more important than they are so they use conspiracy theories to prove they have it “figured out” and they’re “smarter” than everyone else.

      • Livvers says:

        There is definitely an ego and control element to conspiracy theorists. And also a sense of belonging, when they find their fellow theorists. I wonder if private clubs with lots of rituals like the Masons (or the Cult of Mithras, if we’re going back to Ancient Rome!) historically served as a sort of moderating element on conspiracy-minded folks.

  6. Yoyo says:

    Any thing for attention.

  7. Chelle says:

    I truly wish I understood people like her and their worldview. I seriously do. Not as a lived experience but just a mental/ psychological understanding of their cognitive and emotional frame. I want to understand and see what they are seeing and how they process it so that I can move beyond “wow, just wow.”

    • Esmom says:

      I hear you, it would be interesting. Although for some people, from what I can observe among FB old classmates, for example, it seems they have never been too engaged with politics and now see Trump as very entertaining. They get a kick out of seeing “libs” so “triggered” and that’s it, nothing more. It’s frightening.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      Drug addiction.

    • Golly Gee says:

      I know right? This is totally a tin foil hat theory, but I sometimes wonder if there haven’t been mind controlling-subliminal messages or something planted by the Russians on Facebook and in other online media affecting some peoples’ minds. Now I’m sounding like Kirsty, I know, but I just can’t think of how else to explain it. They’re not all stupid, so what is it? When they hear Trump speak, how can they not hear the insanity coming out of his mouth? Yes, some of them are benefiting financially from this administration and don’t give a damn about anything else, but there are also a lot of poor people who still see him as a savior.

      • jwoolman says:

        I’ve also wondered about subliminal messages in such things as Fox News. So many people have said their parents were normal skeptical thinkers until they started keeping Fox News on for many hours a day.

        I keep hoping somebody is watching for subliminal messages everywhere today. They can have a real effect. They can be words or images. The motivation can be political, commercial, or religious.

  8. BearcatLawyer says:

    Long before I realized how deep she was into Scientology, she rubbed me the wrong way. I just never liked her for some reason. Nice to see my intuition about her was correct.

    • lucy2 says:

      I’ve had that with a lot of CO$ people over the years, before I knew they were. They definitely give off a vibe.

  9. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Kirstie Alley has always been an a$$hole this is not news.

  10. Rapunzel says:

    She’s clearly not a critical thinker, so it doesn’t surprise me that she is a MAGAt. I’m so infuriated with all GOP/Trumpsters right now.

  11. fluffy says:

    Well…at least all this has not affected her apatite.

    • sherry says:

      It’s “appetite”, not “apatite”. Don’t even bother “weighing” in, if this is all you have, and you can’t even spell.

      • Starkiller says:

        Hey, did you know that English isn’t everyone’s first language? And not only is she an idiot, she is in fact the size of a house. Sorry if FACTS offend you…evidently you’re a Trumpster like Ms. Allen!

      • Jaded says:

        I thought fluffy’s comment was hilarious. No need to snark, not everyone on CB speaks English as their first language.

      • pamspam says:

        I thought it was funny.

      • whatWHAT? says:

        also, considering she used to and maybe still does shill diet pills and other $cibot “supplements” to help you lose weight, and she looks like she does…well, it’s not out of order to comment on that.

      • Christina says:

        Damn, Sherry. Her comment was funny. Why are you the spelling police, and who gave you the right to chase folks off of a blog? Sheesh…

      • jwoolman says:

        Probably just autocorrect gone amuck anyway. Any typo in appetite is easily switched to apatite, which is a real word also (a mineral). There is a delay for autocorrect and also it can be hard to proofread on a small screen. Some days more than others.

        These days, it really is not a good idea to join the spelling/grammar police force. It will always backfire on you. Makes you look petty and/or snobby. If there is a typo that you can’t figure out, just ask. Otherwise, consider it as a mini game to sort it out and just relax.

      • fluffy says:

        Sorry for my egregious spelling which offended you. English is my first language and my family has been in the USA for five generations. It was a typo, dear. Peace to you Sherry.

    • lucy2 says:

      There is PLENTY of things Kirstie believes, says, and does that deserve our scorn, so let’s stick to those and not comment on her physical appearance, ok?

  12. Tiffany says:

    William Baldwin came for her as well (he is awesome on Twitter) but I noticed that she did not respond to him. Interesting.

  13. Kim says:

    Interesting. I’m totally in disagreement with her ideas, opinions, and (I’m pretty sure) anything else she wants to spout on social media.

    But I do find it interesting that people criticise people’s looks, rather than their words.

    • Christina says:

      You have a point, Kim, but, at the same time, she made her mark as an actress in showbiz. She has a right to her opinions, but she defends a cult that has done some awful stuff to a lot of people, so the inside/outside stuff give some of us, like me, comfort.

      I think that Tom Cruise also looks batshit. He used to be handsome. All I see are crazy eyes now.

  14. Golly Gee says:

    “You can tell a lot about people who belittle you for your views and beliefs, when u aren’t even TALKING TO THEM! 🤣🤣🤣🤣 My bestie and I call these people CHIMERS ..they ALWAYS chime in when u are speaking to someone else 🤣”

    You’re on f##king twitter you stupid ass. If you don’t want the world to chime in, don’t post it on Twitter.

    MAGA is a cult. She sounds just like Roseanne, and is following her down the rabbit hole.

  15. MeghanNotMarkle says:

    I want to know which press conferences she’s been watching. They must be airing on a network I know nothing about. Lordy, what a lunatic.

  16. girl_ninja says:

    She not only believes this she gets a kick out of upsetting people.

    The ugliness on the inside is ravishing her outside.

    She’s gross.

    • Lolo86lf says:

      Kirstie Alley is dead to me. How can an intelligent human being become a brainwashed butthole.

  17. Moxie Remon says:

    Someone on Twitter said “look who’s talking too much” and I died

  18. Feedmechips says:

    I’ve been making my way through every episode of Cheers on Netflix and it’s been a strange experience watching her retroactively like this. She by far played the worst character on the show, though.

  19. Christina says:

    She must have a double-wide shell to crawl back into. She is truly too stupid to live.

    • Golly Gee says:

      snark. That was my first thought too. Maybe she gained a few extra pounds while she was out of her shell and can’t wedge herself back in.

  20. Louise says:

    All that coke fried her brain. I’m glad Parker went after her money😄

  21. Suzieq359 says:

    Yes, Kirstie, please go back in your shell

  22. Jana says:

    That pounding she hears is the final nail going into her career’s coffin.

  23. Bucky Bieber says:

    MAGA should be pronounced MAG-A. Not MA-GA. The latter makes it sound regal and we don’t want that.

  24. Jaded says:

    She is a vile human being and I doubt anyone pays any attention to her idiotic, hateful spewing other than other vile human beings. The ugliness just boils over into everything she does and says.

  25. Poots McBoots says:

    When you’re pwned by John Melendez…it’s time to re-evaluate everything.

  26. anon says:

    I remember years ago she was a guest on the Tonight Show (when the TS was still a thing) and she was blabbing on about “oxygen therapy” and how great it was and even brought an oxygen tank on the air with her to demonstrate. That seems to be her thing. She doesn’t really have an identity, so she’s a perfect candidate for cults like Scientology, Trump and so forth. She seems to latch on to dumb trends and conspiracy theories because… she’s bored?

    When she’s not bingeing on entire cakes (google it) she apparently spends her time writing checks to L. Ron Hubbard and insulting others on twitter. Her drug-addled brain (yes, she’s an addict) has defaulted back to her trailer park upbrangin’ in Nowhere, Kansas.

    Obese, alone and rage-tweeting, she’s frankly pitiful.

  27. Deeanna says:

    Kirstie has the same problem she’s always had. She’s as dumb as a rock.