Hollywood leftists are supremely unhappy about Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

This is no surprise, since they’ve been so aggressive in their opposition to the man — but it’s still incredible to observe how extreme they’re willing to be in their effort to keep their party’s holier-than-thou narrative going.

“The fury now commences. An electoral rampage is underway. November 6th is the day of reckoning. I’m in,” filmmaker Michael Moore, whose latest anti-Trump documentary is flopping, wrote on Twitter in reaction to the news.

“Billions” co-creator Brian Koppelman targeted the vote of Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) in his reaction.

“Well, @BenSasse, you just helped divide the country further. You actually know wrong from right. And disregard that knowledge. Why?” the screenwriter — also behind films such as “Rounders” and “Walking Tall” — wrote.

“What a terrible day in American history,” added controversial comedian Kathy Griffin.

She also went after “Death of a Nation” filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza for celebrating Kavanaugh’s victory.

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“A terrible day for you is a good day for us. You failed in your effort to destroy the life of an innocent man,” D’Souza wrote in reaction to Griffin’s “terrible day” tweet.

Her reaction? “F*** felon.”

Very mature.

The WGA (Writers Guild of America) West President David A. Goodman called the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court “a terrible day for working Americans and for the entire country” in a public statement.

Emily Andras, creator of television’s “Wynona Earp,” joined in on mocking Kavanaugh’s admission that he occasionally drinks beer.

“5 bucks says Kavanaugh’s already drunk,” she wrote.

Comedian Rosie O’Donnell, meanwhile, retweeted a tweet asking for political donations.


Hollywood’s few outspoken conservatives were singing a very different tune on social media following Saturday’s Kavanaugh news.

“HISTORY HAS BEEN MADE! We fought the unfair slander of an innocent man who stood strong and faithful in the face of absolute horrendous lies. Brett Kavanaugh has come out victorious and we have our republic restored!” tweeted musician and Trump supporter Joy Villa.

She added later, “Time to keep the #RedWave flowing!”



Two-time Academy Award nominee and “Videodrome” star James Woods announced Kavanaugh’s new position with the hashtag “#winning.”

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr., who is currently running for Congress, also celebrated the victory on Twitter.


He also wrote before the vote, “Just make sure to remember all the people that gave their nay today, make sure you the American people vote them out as soon as possible this November. #winning #JudgeKavanaughWillBeConfirmed.”


This article has been updated.