Social media pundits shamed actress, Kirstie Alley, 69, for expressing her support for President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response.

On Monday, the actress extended her gratitude towards the president’s efforts to fight the ongoing pandemic. She described that Trump handles the crisis with “recent decorum, sincerity & care.” The actress wrote, “You’re taking charge and leading in a manner needed & wanted for this country.” She added that “I highly commend you for ur (sic) boundless energy & willingness to solve problems. Thank you.”

In recent weeks, Trump had received numerous accusations and jeers from celebrities and left-winged supporters over his incompetence to handle the current crisis. So it wasn’t so surprising that the actress was dragged along and jeered, simply because she decided to support the administration.

Social media pundits were not happy with Alley’s choice. In fact, Cliff Yaffe, a Dem supporter, asked the actress if she was involved in a cult.

Another anti-Trump also asked if she was indeed referring to the current president.

While one user simply dismissed the actress and branded her as “crazy.”

Another also accused her of selfishly dumping her stocks as the rest of the public battles the coronavirus.

However, Alley was having none of it and decided to clap back against her haters. In another Twitter post, she called out those who shamed her as “chimers.” She used the term to define people who interrupt and chime in someone whenever they speak. “You can tell a lot about people who belittle you for your views and beliefs when u aren’t even TALKING TO THEM! My bestie and I call these people CHIMERS ..they ALWAYS chime in when u are speaking to someone else” the actress wrote and included a picture of windchimes in her post.

The president also took the time to share the actress’s post and thanked her for her support.

Alley had also been receiving a lot of reactions for her hilarious social media posts. Just last week, the actress shared how she would be able to survive the quarantine by having loads of chocolate and booze.

She also shared how she had stayed productive by helping others and brightening up someone’s day.

Finally, Alley also extended her praise for her hometown Wichita, Kansas. She wrote that people continued to help their community by providing donations, and observing Trump’s guidelines to stay at home and to follow social distancing.

Alley also took the time to remind everyone to help out those who are in need, especially in the time of crisis.