While Donald Trump continues to hammer the NFL and its players over kneeling protests during the national anthem, the people in the entertainment world have stepped in to show their support.
The latest comes from The X-Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, who both tweeted a photo of them kneeling and linking arms on set on Monday night.
The photo was simply accompanied by the hashtag #TakeAKnee and #TheXFiles, and with no further statement.
Duchovny and Anderson are currently filming the eleventh season of the TV series, but took a break to show solidarity with those facing criticism from Trump over the protest.
Shooting of the series began in Vancouver, Canada in August, with the series slated to air on FOX later this year or in 2018, according to Global News.
Anderson and Duchovny’s tweets received plenty of thumbs up.
I thought I could not love you guys more than I already did.
— Brian Moore (@BriTheWebGuy) September 26, 2017
This is the weirdest football game I’ve ever seen but I’m into it
— vegan mortensen (@TrinAndTonic) September 26, 2017