'Modern Family' producer lashes out at Christians supporting Trump's DACA decision

"Modern Family" executive producer Danny Zuker lashed and cursed out at Christians who support U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood program, saying the move would separate a lot of families in America.

(REUTERS / Stephen Yang)People march across the Brooklyn Bridge to protest the planned dissolution of DACA in Manhattan. September 6, 2017.

After Trump's decision to put an end to the DACA program was announced, Zuker posted a Twitter message expressing his strong sentiments against Christians who agree with the move. He also typed in a couple of profanities and said the people who support this decision are not practicing their Christian faith properly, the BizPac Review detailed.

Zuker's post on Sept. 3 drew backlash from fans, which prompted him to delete the Twitter message and follow up with explanations. On Sept. 5, he said he wished people would also express the same outrage for Trump's move, which he said was "literally tearing families apart."

In addition, Zuker said separating families goes against the Judeo-Christian values of some of the people supporting Trump's DACA decision. The following day, the executive producer of the ABC show lamented how marching with the KKK is allegedly fine but "brown skinned folks" brought to the U.S. as kids are considered a threat.

In response to Zuker's series of Twitter posts, The Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro wrote a piece explaining the issue. He said conservatives did not really react to Zuker's cursing but to the idea that the Christian faith should prompt a country to "erase its borders" just because some people arrived there "through no fault of their own."

Shapiro said the Bible did not mention anything specific about the immigration policy. However, its standard for citizenship dictated that one must obey the laws of the country in question.

John Nolte of Breitbart, on the other hand, responded to Zuker's harsh words by questioning how the negative effects of DACA would impact the latter's life behind the "Hollywood gates." The publication said it was easy to appear virtuous when one is a rich person who does not really have close contact with the real world.

At the end of his write-up, Nolte reminded Christians that if Zuker or other similar individuals hate them, then they are practicing their faith correctly.