Cheryl Hines isn't exactly standing by her man when it comes to his thoughts on vaccines or the pandemic.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who's been married to the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star since 2014, made headlines over the weekend when he spoke at an anti-vax rally and compared pandemic policies and guidelines to Nazi Germany.
After the speech, the Auschwitz Memorial slammed RFK Jr., tweeting, "Exploiting of the tragedy of people who suffered, were humiliated, tortured & murdered by the totalitarian regime of Nazi Germany – including children like Anne Frank – in a debate about vaccines & limitations during global pandemic is a sad symptom of moral & intellectual decay."
A Twitter user then asked Cheryl if she agreed with her husband.
"My husband's opinions are not a reflection of my own. While we love each other, we differ on many current issues," she responded.
A different Twitter user felt that Cheryl took the easy way out, writing, "How about this? 'No one should compare anything to the horrors of the Holocaust. My husband was wrong to do so.'" The actress replied, "Yes, I agree with you."
A reporter then reposted Cheryl's initial comments. "Here's Cheryl Hines commenting on her husband RFK Jr.'s comparison between antivaxxers and Jews in World War II," he wrote next to her message. Somewhat confusingly, Cheryl replied, "I assure you that's not what I was commenting on." She then insisted her comments had "nothing" to do with WWII and said she was simply answering whether or not she stood with her husband.
Just last month, RFK Jr. toed the hypocrisy line when he recommended that guests be vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19 before entering his California home.
In speaking to Politico, RFK Jr. blamed his wife for the request.
"I guess I'm not always the boss at my own house," he told Politico on Dec. 17.
The party guests were urged to use precautions that Robert has been railing against for almost two years.
While defending himself to Politico, Robert claimed the party was for Cheryl's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" cast mates and other entertainment industry folks. He also insisted that he never saw the Evite invitation until the day of the party. Robert also said no one was verifying vaccination or test status upon entry into the house.