The liberal elites of Hollywood came completely unglued on Monday after Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court.

Her confirmation had long been inevitable thanks to President Donald Trump and the Republican-majority Senate. Judging from the tweets of Hollywood celebrities, however, you would have thought her confirmation was the end of the world.

“Revolting. Disgraceful. Unconscionable,” the radically liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore tweeted.

““Truly a shameful day for every Republican Senator and anyone who has ever voted for them,” added Jon Cryer of “Two and a Half Men” fame.” The anti-Trump comedian Patton Oswalt simply demanded, “expand the court.”

This hysteria was in response to Barrett being confirmed to the Supreme Court by the Senate in a 52-48 vote. During a ceremony at the White House, Trump praised Barrett for the legal abilities that she will bring to the Supreme Court.

“She is one of our nation’s most brilliant legal scholars and she will make an outstanding justice on the highest court in our land,” Trump said. “It is highly fitting that Justice Barrett fills the seat of a pioneer for women, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.”

After Barrett was confirmed, Michael Moore also tweeted out a bizarre poem about packing the court.

Former “Will & Grace” star Debra Messing posted a melodramatic apology to Hillary Clinton, who turned 73 on Monday.

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“Im sorry that this tragic day in American history has landed on your birthday,” Messing wrote to Clinton. “I, for one, am grateful for you, and all that you have given our country. Happy birthday. May this next year be one of enlightment and healing.”

Actress Amy Brenneman, best known for playing a judge on “Judging Amy,” tweeted that House Republicans “do not care about Americans, at all.”

The actress and director Elizabeth Banks went the racist route as she ranted against “old white men.”


“Seinfeld” writer Larry Charles branded Barrett as “corrupt” and “unqualified.”

Various other celebrities tweeted out identical messages that read, “6-3 doesn’t represent me. Flip states blue, stop the GOP.”

The liberal elites of Hollywood can rant and rave all they want to, but Barrett is not going anywhere. She’s on the Supreme Court until the end of her days.