On Wednesday, actor Kelsey Grammer posted a picture of himself wearing the pro-life shirt on abortion: “Would it Bother Us More if They Used Guns?” Grammer is best known for starring in NBC sitcoms Cheers and Frasier, and has garnered five Prime Time Emmy Awards and Three Golden Globes.
The pro-abortion Huffington Post criticized Grammer’s pro-life views and said his t-shirt had a “disturbing message.” However, the star isn’t too worried about his critics because he has always been a rebel in Hollywood. In a previous interview with Piers Morgan, Grammer said, “I don’t tend to warm too well to people that tell me how I’m supposed to think. So, my life in Hollywood — I’m afraid I was destined to be a Republican.”
On Instagram, Kelsey and his wife, Kayte Grammer, also posted a pro-life quote from Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson that read: “We’ve distorted things to the point where people believe that anyone who opposes mothers killing their babies is waging a war on women. How can we be so foolish to believe such a thing? One must be able to recognize the depravity to which we have sunken as a society when valuing a baby’s life is frowned upon.”
Grammer’s pro-life beliefs stand in stark contrast to the views of many pro-abortion stars in Hollywood such as Rosie O’Donnell, Scarlet Johansson and Planned Parenthood spokesperson Lena Dunham. In 2014, both Johansson and Dunham designed t-shirts to promote Planned Parenthood and “women’s rights.”
Additionally, O’Donnell made headlines in August for saying she would like to do this to pro-lifers: I’d like to take my period blood I no longer have and write, ‘you’re all assh—s.’ I’d like to smear it all over some people’s faces.” O’Donnell was referring to pro-life Senate Republicans who tried to de-fund the abortion company in light of videos showing their top executives haggling over the price of aborted babies’ body parts.
As LifeNews previously reported, Grammer made an appearance at the National Right to Life convention in New Orleans to meet with pro-life advocates in July.