Yesterday Twitchy reported on Michae McKean’s VILE tweet after the Sutherland Springs, TX shooting and about the BLOW UP he caused in social media. People on all sides were angry with the actor’s less than sympathetic take on the murder of 26 innocent people …
They were in church. They had the prayers shot right out of them. Maybe try something else.
— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) November 5, 2017
Surely when he saw the response he figured out he needed to apologize, right?
Anyone accusing me of attacking faith couldn't be missing the point more. Faith=good. Murder=bad. Hypocrisy=useless. Bye.
— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) November 6, 2017
And gosh, McKean is super defensive.
I had to Google you to find out who you are.
What you said was simply mean and hateful. Own it.
— Jessa Grace (@SweetGaelicGirl) November 6, 2017
You wouldn't have the courage to say the same about muslims being murdered
— DacianRomân???? (@Uselessrant) November 6, 2017
The callousness is unreal.
The “prayers are not enough” response irritates me.
This is cruel.
— alexis (@alexissmirks) November 7, 2017
Never understand the unquenchable need of liberals 2 belittle, dismiss & behave with complete callous disregard toward any mention of faith.
— Southernwisdom (@Swisdom334) November 6, 2017
Because they think we are the ‘little people.’
I don't think I like you as a political pundit. I liked you better when you played Lenny on 'Laverne & Shirley'.
— Troy Riser (@TroyRiser) November 7, 2017
Shut up and act.
Your "had the prayers shot right out of them" comment was cruel & untrue. Btw, they now know unimaginable joy.
— Doc Washburn (@DocWashburn) November 7, 2017
Sometimes – just say, "I made a mistake. I'm sorry," and then say "Bye"
— Louis Moran (@LouisMMoran) November 6, 2017
His ego won’t let him.
“Prayers shot right out of them?” That was completely uncalled for. These people were murdered in cold blood. Have some respect.
— David Kibler (@DavidKibler) November 6, 2017
It seems McKean feels disrespected for being disrespectful.
this why Hollywood should stay out of sharing opinions. That was your Dixie Chicks moment and they never recovered
— Ben Johnson (@benpat34) November 7, 2017
Wonder if McKean can recover from this, especially since his response is less than apologetic.