VIA| Actor Kelsey Grammer – probably best known for his role as Dr. Frasier Crane in the sitcom “Cheers” and popular spinoff “Frasier” – is somewhat of an outsider in Hollywood for one particular reason: his political stance.

Grammer touched on this in a 2012 interview with late-night host Jay Leno, in which he suggested that “it’s possible” he was snubbed for an Emmy as a result of his being “a declared out of the closet Republican in Hollywood.”

Whether or not there’s any truth to that will most likely forever remain a mystery, but it certainly doesn’t seem to have prevented the actor from continuing to express his beliefs, as seen in this recent Instagram post:

Thank you for the tee! @abort73

A photo posted by Kayte and Kelsey Grammer (@kayte_kelsey) on

Would it bother us more if they used guns?, which is “an online resource designed to creatively and comprehensively educate students about the injustice of abortion,” is a part of Christian, non-profit Loxafamosity Ministries. Not only does the shirt make a clear statement in regard to abortion and the controversial Planned Parenthood videos, but also ties in the topic of recent gun-related tragedies. Earlier in the week, Grammer’s wife, Kayte, posted a picture of herself wearing an shirt as well:

#abort73 #standwithbabies A photo posted by Kayte and Kelsey Grammer (@kayte_kelsey) on

After the image was shared, Grammar was criticized for speaking out on the topic because he’s not female:

Others defended the photo of the actor, which the Huffington Postlabelled as “bizarre”:

More recently, Grammer – who supported Mitt Romney in 2012 and campaigned for John McCain in 2008 – has been seen in films from the blockbuster franchises “X-Men” and “Transformers,” as well as the Golden Globe-winning TV series “Boss.”