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Earlier this week, we reported that the Hollywood star Candace Cameron Bure of “Full House” and “Fuller House” fame was being targeted by the liberal mob for saying that her new network Great American Family will be focusing on stories that are about “traditional marriage.”

Now, Cameron Bure is opening up about what a “difficult year” 2022 has been for her.

‘I’ve Had A Very Difficult Year’

The year 2022 got off to a bad start for Cameron Bure, as her former “Full House” co-star Bob Saget died suddenly back in January after accidentally hitting the back of his head at the age of 65.

“I’ve had a very difficult year on a personal level, which has really shown me who my true friends are. From the loss of Bob this year,” Cameron Bure told Fox News. “It felt like a lot of loss this year. When you have those friends that are there and show up; I’m grateful. I’m so grateful to my friends, my true friends and my family, of course.”

“Just seeing what so many of us and our loved ones have gone through over the last three years … I’m so, so grateful for my health and my family’s health,” she added. “And I am grateful for true friendship.”

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Cameron Bure went on to say that her strong Christian faith has helped her to get through this year.

“My faith is so the core and foundation of who I am that sometimes I don’t verbally acknowledge it because it’s just my assumption,” she said. “It’s like, well, ‘If you get Candace, you get faith.’ It’s one and the same. It is with me all the time. It is in all that I do. I’m very grateful for God’s protection and love.”

Cameron Bure Loves Christmas – Celebrates Wedding Anniversary

Like many of the characters she plays onscreen, Cameron Bure loves Christmas.

“We always go to our Christmas Eve service. It’s always a candle lit ceremony, which is just phenomenal,” she said of how her family celebrates the holiday. “The Christmas message itself is just this beautiful reminder … and it’s a night where it’s very easy to invite friends to church.”

2022 wasn’t all bad for Cameron Bure, however, as she celebrated her 26th wedding anniversary with her former professional hockey player husband Valeri Bure. 

“He makes me laugh … that’s the best quality. Someone that still makes you laugh and smile that you want to be around,” she said. “He’s a strong voice in my life that’s so supportive of our family. He’s a really good leader. He’s beautiful and gentle and strong, and I just so appreciate the man that he is.”

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Cameron Bure In Hot Water

This comes after Cameron Bure said that the Great American Family network, which she signed with earlier this year, will be focusing on stories that are about “traditional marriage.” 

“I’ve never been interested in proselytizing through my storytelling, but in celebrating God’s greatness in our lives through the stories I tell,” she said in response to the backlash she received for this. “The God we serve is a wildly creative and loving God. He didn’t just capture a small part of my heart, He has captured all of my heart.” 

Liberals are out to cancel Cameron Bure for her comments on traditional marriage, but she’s refusing to back down. Let us know if you agree with her in the comments section. 

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