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Gilmore Girls actor David Sutcliffe says he did not storm U.S. Capitol, however praises ‘Patriot’ who did

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Former Gilmore Girls actor David Sutcliffe has set the file straight concerning the Capitol riot, addressing so-called rumors that he participated within the Jan. 6 assault in D.C. that left 5 useless.Quote-tweeting a video of a rioter smoking weed contained in the Capitol, Sutcliffe wrote on Saturday, “There are rumors circulating that I ‘stormed the capital.’ Not true — though I would have been proud to share a smoke with this great Patriot!”There are rumors circulating that I “stormed the capital.” 🤔Not true – although I’d have been proud to share a smoke with this nice Patriot! https://t.co/SOG70tYIt0— David Sutcliffe (@SutcliffeDavid) January 16, 2021Sutcliffe is greatest recognized for enjoying Lorelai’s (Lauren Graham) ex and Rory’s (Alexis Bledel) father on the long-running dramedy Gilmore Girls. He acted in 37 episodes of the sequence, which ran from 2001 to 2007, and in addition made an look within the 2016 Netflix miniseries Gilmore Girls: A Year within the Life.A veteran actor, Sutcliffe made his TV debut in 1995 on the Canadian sequence Forever Knight. He’s additionally starred in Under the Tuscan Sun, Cake, and Private Practice, and his final roles included visitor spots on Insecure in 2017 and The Romanoffs in 2018. Sutcliffe retired from performing a yr later and is now a life coach.Video: eight relationship classes I realized from ‘Gilmore Girls’EW has reached out to Sutcliffe for remark.While he has not been as publicly vocal about politics as different celebrities, Sutcliffe has not too long ago favored tweets proclaiming “Men’s politics is best for the world” and slamming “the authoritarian left.” He additionally tweeted on Jan. 10 that when Donald Trump dies, he’ll grow to be “a symbol of rebellion, and replaces Che Guevara on t-shirts.”Many stars have denounced the Capitol riot, though conservative actor Kevin Sorbo has proven assist for Trump’s base and unfold conspiracy theories concerning the assault. His former costar Lucy Lawless slammed him, writing that the rioters are “the douchebags that go out and do the evil bidding of people like you who like to wind them up like toys and let them do their worst.”Related content material:

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