Candace Cameron Bure is best known for her roles in “Full House” and “Fuller House.” She recently got into trouble for saying that her new network, Great American Family (GAF), would focus a lot on traditional marriage shows.
Refusing to back down from her perspective, the 46-year-old delivered a brief statement in which she reasserted her position and stated her dedication to standing up for what she believes in.
Cameron Bure is stubborn about putting traditional marriage at the center of GAF’s plot, even though she has been called a “bigot.”
Cameron Bure, a righteous Christian, recently went to the media to talk about how unhappy she is with how things are now.
She conveyed her profound love and care for all individuals and voiced her sadness that such love is not reciprocated in today’s culture.
Cameron talked about her strong religious beliefs and said that she tries to show everyone she meets how much God loves them.
She also wishes to overcome cultural divides and bring people closer to God by demonstrating His love through her deeds.
Cameron promises to keep loving everyone and looks forward to the day everyone will have the same attitude of acceptance.
Cameron Bure, the actress, felt obligated to issue a statement directly addressing her detractors. She made it clear that she had a simple message for the media’s attempts to start up hate and division: “I love you anyhow.”
She then went on to spread the same message of love to those who disagreed with her ideals and had attacked her online, as well as anyone else who had attempted to denigrate her reputation.
She wanted everyone who read her statement to know that she accepted and loved everyone, regardless of color, religion, sexual orientation, or political party.