Leftist Celebrities Attack Susan Collins for Her Kavanaugh Support

Kathy Griffin, George Takei, and others set their sights on the Maine senator for not bending to their liberal will

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The latest target of leftist Hollywood’s outrage is Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine).

Previously seen as a possible swing vote in Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, the senator has now indicated that she will vote “yes” to confirm Kavanaugh — crushing the dreams of many of the man’s haters.

“As a Buddhist it is my practice to have compassion for all people. But @SenatorCollins is really testing my limits right now,” “Star Trek” actor George Takei (shown above left) wrote on Twitter in response to the news.

“Misery” and “Stand By Me” director Rob Reiner was just as extreme in his reaction.

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He wrote, “Susan Collins turns her back on women who have been traumatized by sexual assault. Elections have consequences. To start turning the ship of state back towards the rule of law, decency, truth, and the preservation of Democracy, Nov. 6 has to be a lot more than a blue wave. VOTE!!!”

“So @SenatorCollins either thinks that THREE women LIED to their husbands and therapists and children about sexual assault OR she just doesn’t give a f***,” comedian Sarah Silverman added.

“Saturday Night Live” and “Boss Baby” star Alec Baldwin chimed in by saying, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a female US Senator who says f*** you to all American women…”

Anti-Trumper and “It” author Stephen King said, “Susan Collins says she will vote to confirm Kavanaugh, partially because the man who lied repeatedly in his confirmation hearings told her he considered Roe ‘settled law.’ Senator Collins, there is still time to change your mind and do the right thing.”

Unlike many of Collins’ critics, King actually resides partially in the state the senator represents.

King was also born in Maine. He also resides in Florida.

“Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink” star Molly Ringwald, who recently referred to the Republican Party as the “Rape Party,” said Collins is a “betrayer of women.”

Comedian Kathy Griffin, always one to keep a cool head in political debates, had a total meltdown on Twitter because of Collins’ decision.

“F******* YOUUUUUU,” the entertainer (shown above right) wrote to the senator.

She added, “Dear @SenatorCollins: To quote @madeleine [Madeleine Albright]: ‘There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women. GO TO H***.”

One again, Hollywood leftists have proven that if anyone wants a reasoned, intelligent debate, they should stay far away from them.

Check out more reactions regarding Collins from leftist celebrities below:

For more on Collins’ recent decision, check out the video below:

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