Danica McKellar Defends Candace Cameron Bure’s ‘Traditional Marriage’ Comments
When wide-eyed conservative Christian crackpot Candace Cameron Bure made it clear that her new network, Great American Family, won’t feature LGBTQ couples in holiday movies and instead focus on “traditional marriage,” most people weren’t surprised because Candy doesn’t do diversity. And in the aftermath, many people ran far away from her outdated beliefs because they don’t want to be around when lighting strikes her for being a bad Christian. But luckily, Candy has at least one supporter in the form of Danica McKellar, who must be trying to get on Candy’s good side so she can keep acting in GAF’s horribly crafted attempts at cinema.
While many folks have shunned Candace’s way of thinking, including former GAF actor Neal Bledsoe and her forever enemy JoJo Siwa, Candy can take comfort in knowing she has a little help from her friend Danica. Us Weekly reports the former Winnie Cooper of The Wonder Years has also been in a ton of Christmas flicks, including three movies alongside Neal. And although she loves Neal to death (better watch yourself, Neal, this could be foreshadowing), she doesn’t agree with his decision to leave GAF but wants everyone to know she still loves the LGBTQ+ community (insert eye roll here).
“Neal is a wonderful person. He’s such a great actor, and I have enjoyed working with him so much. He and I both share our love and support of [the] LGBT community, for sure,” the Wonder Years alum, 47, told Fox News Digital in a Saturday, December 10, interview. “You know, I don’t agree with his interpretation of her comments. I just didn’t see them the same way.”
I guess true Christmas queens stick together. Or Danica doesn’t want anything to interrupt her holy water-dipped checks over at GAF. In any case, it’s nice Candy has at least one friend who supports her, even though it all sounds like a bunch of malarkey to me. And just to keep the word jumble of nonsense dripping from her lips, Danica puckered up a bit more to kiss Candy’s butt by breaking down her comments and trying to make them make sense.
McKellar — who costarred in November’s Christmas at the Drive-In with Bledsoe — defended Bure’s comments. “When she was talking about the portrayal of heterosexual couples in the movies, she started the sentence with ‘I think,’ which is not definitive, and she ended it with ‘at its core,’ which doesn’t mean exclusively,” the actress said. “But I love [Bledsoe] to death and wish him well.”
It’s a no for me, Winnie. GAF will now be known as the network where Gays Aren’t Featured. And even if they tried to change their policy, it would just come off as phony and insincere, which makes it the PERFECT place for Candy to continue building her bland brand.