Jeremy Miller said he disagreed with his “growth pain” co-star Kirk Cameron’s maskless carol protests near Los Angeles.
Cameron, 50, came under fire again on Tuesday after organizing a carol event in Oaks mall, where nearly 100 people gathered to sing Christmas carols without masks.
“Although I will always love my brother Kirk, when safety and caring for others are the top priority, I agree to his undisguised events, and I have no objection to this.” Miller was in love. Play the role of the Cameron brothers in the sitcom, tell Page Six.
“I am really disappointed in him,” the 44-year-old Miller added.
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On Tuesday night, Cameron was a few inches away from the crowds in the mall in a video posted to his Instagram. The age of the crowd varies from childhood to advanced age, and when they bring the lyrics to “First Noel”, they stand with each other.
Cameron held a similar carol earlier this month to protest against California Governor Gavin Newsom’s recent home order because the Los Angeles Times reported that there were less than 100 ICU beds.
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Cameron defended the “peaceful” protest during a virtual appearance on “Fox News@晚间” in mid-December.
“All I can tell you is that I look around in the community. I see companies going bankrupt, people who suffer from anxiety, depression, people who commit suicide are suffering hardships and suffering, the abused and their abuser, I ignore it. .”He said.
“People just clamored to join in, [the events]Cameron added: “This is a place of freedom, a home for the brave. There are thousands of people in our community who would rather not be alone but sing and express gratitude because we believe that the community has immunity. , But isolation is desolate.”
Oaks Shopping Center reacted to the holiday-themed protest before it took place, calling it “irresponsible” behavior.
Residents in the area expressed dissatisfaction with Cameron’s antics, praising the incident as “unbelievable.” On Tuesday, several residents stated that, therefore, they would not travel “near” the shopping center.
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Even Cameron’s sister, Candace Cameron Bure, seems to suggest that she disagrees with his carol activity. After she was strongly opposed due to the rumors that she participated, she tweeted: “I have not participated in any carol activities recently. In addition, I chose to wear a mask and maintain social distancing in public to follow larger guidelines., I I don’t like malicious tweets about my family. I believe respectful dialogue is the key to listening. Stay safe.”
Cameron did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment on Saturday.