Although Candace Cameron Bure is best known for her role on Full House, she also became an integral part of the Hallmark Channel, starring in several films for the channel over the years. However, Bure eventually announced that she was leaving Hallmark to join the Great American Family network after Hallmark began airing LGBTQ+ stories in her films. According to The Wall Street Journal Magazine, the actress revealed that she wanted to work with the GAF Network because of the GAF Network’s strong Christian values.
“I knew the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote faith programs and good family entertainment,” she said, adding that the network would “keep traditional marriage at its core.” Bure’s comments sparked outrage from fans and fellow actors alike, including Hilarie Burton Morgan and JoJo Siwa, but reportedly didn’t sit well with Jodie Sweetin either. “[Sweetin] is progressive in her beliefs and Candace is very religious in her beliefs,” a source told ET.
After Siwa posted to Bure’s comments, Sweetin backed the former Dance Moms star by commenting, “You know I love you” in response. Meanwhile, this step is said to have not gone down well with Bure. “Candace’s quote about traditional marriage touched many people. Jodie disagrees with Candace’s comments and wanted to show where she stands. Candace is upset that Jodie chose to do this publicly rather than speak to her in person,” the insider added.
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