Breaking: Hollywood Star Tim Allen Stands Up For Christian Values, “We Honor The Christian Tradition Without Heralding It”

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Timothy Alan Dick, professionally known as Tim Allen is an actor and a comedian. He is well known for playing Tim “The Toolman” Taylor on the ABC sitcom. He’s a religious person and understands the importance of Christianity values.

Recently Allen was seen in an interview at fox news where he showed his determination regarding the core values of Christianity and following them. He stood for Christianity values by disclosing his new tv show on Disney+ titled’ “The Santa Clauses” which reflects Christian values and traditions.

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Furthermore, Allen argued that his show represents true Christian values, despite what liberals are claiming. According to liberals, the show is too conservative along with insensitive jokes.

“It’s a Christian holiday. So, we don’t belabor it, but we don’t ignore it,” he said.
Tim said about his Disney+ television series’ “The Santa Clauses”: “You know, you get around that suit, and I haven’t changed.”

“It’s become that stupid thing, and it ain’t me. I’m nowhere near as nice as that guy.”

“It’s just amazing how I become that guy, walk on set and people react to it, and I honor it. “

“I don’t make any jokes anymore as I watch my performance, and I literally think I’m better as Santa Claus than I am as anything else because I think for any actor to tease or put on a costume, it’s easy to become that thing.”

“We honor the Christian tradition without heralding it.

“It’s not – it is what it is. It’s a Christian holiday. So, we don’t belabor it, but we don’t ignore it. I love the way we deal with it.”

“To get that first episode, get the fourth episode and the sixth episode in my head.”
“I see the beginning, middle and end as though it’s a six-hour movie. I said, ‘This thing is very, very good,’ and this is early on, and we continue down this path.

“This is a new format for me, and then I can get my head around it creatively.
“It’s not a television show. It’s not a movie.

“It’s what we’ve been forced, challenged to do now is a hybrid. It’s a long movie or a very produced, very creatively elevated television program.”

While responding to an outraged leftist over the series dialogue, a sarcastic Twitter user gave a befitting reply, “Santa had the red hat all along, and we just ignored it,” in reference to former President Donald Trump’s famous red “Make America Great Again” hat.

Everyone knows how liberals oppose saying Merry Christmas and stuff like that. With their tiny minds, they are whining over a simple dialogue from Allen’s show, ignoring the fact that the whole show is based on Christian cultures and the Christmas spirit specifically.

It’s pretty funny to see how liberals always address how freedom of speech should be a right given to every American, and how they always taunt right-wing folks with their speeches. However, when someone points out their unreasonable words or actions, they get offended.

One thought on “Breaking: Hollywood Star Tim Allen Stands Up For Christian Values, “We Honor The Christian Tradition Without Heralding It”

  1. Watching “Home Improvement” which began in September of 1991, on MyTV, makes me realize what a great show it was. Tim Allen discovered the “More Power” concept, which focused on men, being men, in the best way possible; honestly and with humor. He revolutionized comedy about men! His comedy focused on Men learning about Manhood from their own Dads and Grand-Dads, brothers, wives, children, and other Husbands and Dads, not to mention neighbors like Wilson Wilson, Jr.
    I was there and I learned a lot about life and manhood. I learned to laugh louder and more often. I learned that I control how I face each day: I can face it as an adventure, or as a burden. I can look for the best in others, and myself, or I can complain about every petty mistake and fault I think I find in others, ignoring my own shortcomings. Thanks, Tim!

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