Actress Kirstie Alley strongly criticized the Democratic opposition’s plan to remove President Donald Trump through the 25th Amendment. She said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is “evil.”

Pelosi announced on Oct. 9 that, invoking the 25th Amendment she would introduce legislation to create a commission to evaluate whether the president is fit to serve.

It is worth mentioning that the Democratic opposition has a majority in the House.

The initiative, as expected, received strong criticism, not only from the Republican Party but from various sectors.

One of the voices against Pelosi’s proposal came from the artistic sector.

“The ‘process’ EVIL NANCY PELOSI speaks of is an attempt at a presidential takeover of a President by glorified Baker Act,” tweeted Alley. 

According to the conservative media, The Blaze, in mentioning the Baker Act, the actress was probably referring to a Florida state law that allows the mentally ill to be involuntarily committed to a mental health facility.

Through her Twitter account, Alley was forceful against Pelosi, “Don’t believe a word that comes out of this witche’s mouth… and yes she gives witches a bad name.”

When Pelosi announced her intention to push the commission, the assumption made by many analysts was that she was indeed seeking to remove President Trump from office.

However, the president himself proposed another theory, which surprised many.

“Crazy Nancy Pelosi is looking at the 25th Amendment in order to replace Joe Biden with Kamala Harris. The Dems want that to happen fast because Sleepy Joe is out of it!!!” the president wrote on Twitter.

With almost three weeks to go before the presidential election, and amid an intense campaign, Donald Trump and his opponent Joe Biden are seeking to take a position in the states whose electoral votes are still in dispute.

One of those states is Florida, where the president will hold a massive rally Monday night in Sanford, a city near Orlando.

In 2016, President Trump won the state and the Republicans maintained their performance two years later, when mid-term elections were held in the races for governor and senator with Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott winning, respectively.

After his rally in Florida, President Trump will return to Washington and then go to Pennsylvania and then to Iowa, states he won in 2016.