Leah Remini And Kirstie Alley Got Into It On Twitter Over Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine

March 1, 2022 / Posted by:

Current anti-Scientology warrior Leah Remini and current Scientology defender Kirstie Alley got into it. This all started when Kirstie said on Twitter that she doesn’t know what’s real and what’s fake about Russia’s attack on Ukraine and she won’t be commenting anymore.  Her former Dancing With The Stars partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, already dragged her and now it was Leah’s turn. Spoiler Alert: Leah was much ruder.

Kirstie tweeted and deleted last week about how she didn’t know “what’s real or what is fake in this war.” That’s not a surprise, considering her pro-Trump comments and her own Twitter rants. Kirstie suggested in her tweet that she would “pray” instead, which Leah thinks is hilarious since Scientologists do not believe in gods. Leah Remini really went all the way in, pointing out that Kirstie Alley doesn’t really know shit-all, so she should probably shut it most of the time, via Popculture:

In a Twitter response, Remini shared a screenshot of Alley’s original tweet, asking, “So, [Kirstie Alley] can comment on things she knows nothing about like mental health, psychiatric drugs, and virology, but she won’t comment on Putin who is an evil tyrant? No comment about Russia invading Ukraine? The killing of innocent people? The displacement of Ukrainians?” She went on to ask, “She has no comment on these crimes against humanity? But she’s going to pray,” pointing out that Alley is a Scientologist, and “Scientologists aren’t allowed to believe in anything else other than Scientology. So who is she praying to?”

You know someone is ready to drag you when they number their points of aggression. But Leah and Kirstie have a lengthy history and Kirstie views Leah as her “enemy.” So the fighting continued with Leah going in and Kirstie sub-tweeting her:

Remini continued her response to Alley’s post on Instagram, where she shared several screenshots that included the actress’ tweets seemingly reacting to her former Dancing With the Stars partner Maks Chmerkovskiy, who also criticized her remarks. In the post, Remini said she doesn’t typically “like to make a habit of engaging with people like [Kirstie Alley],” she said that “Scientology banks on its horrific, criminal policies not being called out.” …She continued, “Scientology thrives when people are silent. I won’t allow their threats to me or anyone else go un-answered.”

In the series of screenshots, Remini responded to Alley calling Chmerkovskiy a punk a- t-,” writing that Alley and other “p- a- Scientology b-es” are “very brave on social media but can’t handle any real confrontation.” She went on to note that Chmerkovskiy “is in a war zone and innocent people are dying. Pretending you pray to any God is sad. I wish you did. Stand by your own belief system which tells you there is no God.” In later tweets, Remini dubbed Alley “sophomoric, vitriolic, and all around hateful.”

Here is Leah taking on Kirstie:

To answer Leah Remini’s question about who Kirstie Alley is praying to since Scientology believes Jesus Christ is a lie, she’s obviously bowing down before an altar to Scientology’s Jesus: TOM CRUISE! Although, she probably prays to her beloved Tommy Christ to pull her career out of the gutter, and we know how that’s going….

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