SEE IT: Celebrities pile on Candace Cameron Bure over GAC’s faith-based content

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Candace Cameron Bure arrives at the Kids’ Choice Awards at The Forum on Saturday, March 24, 2018, in Inglewood, Calif. Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

SEE IT: Celebrities pile on Candace Cameron Bure over GAC’s faith-based content

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After Candace Cameron Bure shared her plans for GAC Entertainment’s faith-based content, some liberal celebrities are piling on the former Hallmark actress.

In a recent interview, Bure said, “I think that Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at the core.”

ONE TREE HILL ACTRESS SLAMS CANDACE CAMERON BURE AS A ‘BIGOT’ OVER CHRISTIAN FAITH

Former One Tree Hill actress Hilarie Burton Morgan took a shot at her shortly after, slamming the actress as a “bigot.” And now, her husband, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, is joining in — along with children’s popstar JoJo Siwa.

Responding to his wife’s initial tweet, Morgan said, “How’d I miss this twit?! Who the f*** is this person? Hey Hil? You’re awesome. We lucky to have ya. X.”

https://twitter.com/JDMorgan/status/1592627095888629760?s=20&t=3AtqX_JSNedAsNFhw_BhkA

Following up in a second tweet, he said, “‘Make your money honey.’ Lol… cooked kids dinner and was laughing whole time. Wife has words AND timing.”

Siwa also blasted the Full House and Fuller House star in a lengthy Instagram post.

“Honestly, I can’t believe after everything that went down just a few months ago, that she would not only create a movie with intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but then also talk about it in the press. This is rude and hurtful to a whole community of people,” Siwa wrote.

Jodie Sweetin, known for portraying Bure’s sister on Full House, commented on Siwa’s post, saying, “You know I love you.”

Bure has remained silent on her social media platforms following backlash from other industry members.

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On Wednesday, the Senate passed a procedural hurdle to advance the Respect for Marriage Act, defeating a filibuster with 62-37 votes for the bill. The measure would codify certain protections for same-sex and interracial marriages.

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