Debra Messing has always been told what to do and when to do it — and in my personal view, she has no clue how the real world works.
Now she’s calling for the names of Hollywood Trump supporters — those who will be attending an upcoming fundraiser for the president — to be published.
How about this?
Please “out” all the Hollywood Trump haters who will not work with people they disagree with politically.
That way, the rest of us can decide if we want to pay money to be entertained by these people or not. (Things can cut both ways, yes?)
Messing has been speaking out against Trump since he was elected in 2016.
The reboot of her television show “Will and Grace” did so badly, she probably blamed the poor ratings on the president.
Please print a list of all attendees please. The public has a right to know. https://t.co/YV4UoxrPHI
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) August 31, 2019
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Our economy is strong. The president — like him or not — is trying to curb illegal immigration. He’s working on creating a trade balance with China.
Yet despite this and more, liberals push the narrative that the sky is falling.
If people don’t like what he’s doing, they can vote him out in the next election. Celebs, however, seem so out of touch with most of the country.
This individual believes she can make remarks like this — and that it’s OK. The same can be said for most Hollywood celebs.
Here’s how The Hollywood Reporter tells the story of the upcoming fundraiser: “Trump has scheduled a swing through California as part of his re-election efforts with stops in San Francisco and Beverly Hills, the latter of which will mark his first appearance in town after his controversial Hollywood remarks. The 90210 event, scheduled for September 17, also happens to fall during Emmy week when the city will be abuzz with various events celebrating the TV business, something Trump frequently comments on.”
“The evening event is hosted by Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, RNC co-chairman Tommy Hicks Jr., campaign manager Brad Parscale and Trump Victory finance chairman Todd Ricketts. It’s a pricey event, too, with tickets starting at $1,000 and going to $100,000 per couple (for a photo opportunity and VIP reception). No address has been given for the event.”
“According to Politico, Trump has a luncheon planned for San Francisco earlier in the day, and then on September 18, he’ll head further south to San Diego for another campaign stop. The Beverly Hills outing will mark Trump’s second fundraiser in the area in 2019. He was hosted at an event in April when close to 200 people turned out.”
Whats the difference between Joe McCarthy and Debra Messing?
One organized a witch hunt against law-abiding people with dissenting opinions. The other was a senator from Wisconsin. https://t.co/pVkZFQXZap
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) August 31, 2019
Messing is all over the place — and in my view, doesn’t know where she is going or what she is talking about.
How many readers remember her attempt to attack singer Gwen Stephani when the singer assumed her boyfriend Blake Shelton was supporting President Trump?
Shelton himself responded to Messing, pointing out he hadn’t publicly supported anyone — while also pointing out that he made his original comment to show how aggressive and horrible people get when politics are involved.
Messing was mortified and deleted her original comment. Now here she is at it again. Messing claims to be “tolerant” and “accepting” — yet she viciously goes after anyone who has a different opinion than she does.
Asking for the release of personal information of those who support President Trump — is she serious?
That’s not “tolerance” at all. It’s the opposite.
A version of his piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com; this article is used by permission.
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