Candace Cameron Bure Opens Up About ‘Cancel Culture’: Details

Talking her reality. Candace Cameron Bure opened up concerning the challenges of “cancel tradition” after sharing her controversial reasoning behind leaving Hallmark Channel for Nice American Media. 

“Cancel tradition is actual, and it’s tough, and it’s exhausting,” Cameron Bure, 46, mentioned through the Wednesday, February 8, episode of the “Unapologetic With Julia Jeffress Sadler” podcast. “It’s exhausting, it doesn’t matter what. Particularly when you’re a compassionate particular person and you’ve got a coronary heart for folks. … It’s vital that we don’t again down.”

Whereas Cameron Bure admitted that there are “locations on the earth the place folks get severely persecuted for his or her religion,” she nonetheless doesn’t all the time really feel like she will “communicate her reality” overtly. 

“There are some days the place I wish to transfer to Texas,” the Full Home alum, who’s a California resident, quipped to host Julia Jeffress Sadler. 

The Christmas City actress made headlines in November 2022 when she revealed her motive for exiting Hallmark.“My coronary heart needs to inform tales which have extra which means and objective and depth behind them,” she advised The Wall Road Journal’s WSJ. Journal on the time. “I knew that the folks behind Nice American Household have been Christians that love the Lord and wished to advertise religion programming and good household leisure.”

When requested if GAC had plans to incorporate LGBTQIA+ films of their programming, Cameron Bure replied, “I feel that Nice American Household will maintain conventional marriage on the core.”

CEO Invoice Abbott, in the meantime, advised the outlet that the community is “conscious of the tendencies” in 2022 however there’s “no whiteboard that claims, ‘Sure, this’ or ‘No, we’ll by no means go right here.’”

After receiving backlash for the controversial remarks, the previous View cohost defended herself in a press release later that month, claiming that she has “nice love and affection for all folks.” 

“It completely breaks my coronary heart that anybody would ever assume I deliberately would wish to offend and damage anybody,” she shared. “It saddens me that the media is usually looking for to divide us, even round a topic as comforting and merry as Christmas films. However, given the poisonous local weather in our tradition proper now, I shouldn’t be shocked. We’d like Christmas greater than ever.”

Regardless of her efforts, Cameron Bure’s controversy continued to make headlines when Neal Bledsoe introduced he was stepping away from GAC in help of the LGBTQIA+ neighborhood. 

“I can’t proceed with enterprise as typical. I can’t take consolation from, nor will I give refuge to, those that excuse exclusion and promote division in any manner, form, or type. Everyone seems to be entitled to their beliefs, and these are mine: the latest feedback made by management at Nice American Household are hurtful, fallacious, and replicate an ideology that prioritizes judgment over love,” the actor, 41, advised Selection in a November 2022 assertion. “I used to be raised as a Christian, and imagine within the important message of affection and forgiveness. That mentioned, I may by no means forgive myself for persevering with my relationship with a community that actively chooses to exclude the LGBTQIA+ neighborhood.”