September 4, 2019
Aging sitcom actress Debra Messing deleted a racist tweet promoting the idea that black Trump voters are “mentally ill.”
Over the weekend, the Will and Grace star responded with a big “THANK YOU” to a church sign in Alabama that reads, “A black vote or Trump is mental illness.” The other side of the sign reads, “A white vote for Trump is pure racism.”
Her openly racist tweet has now been deleted.
This racist tweet came just a few hours after Messing and her Will and Grace co-star, Eric McCormack, openly called for a blacklist of Trump supporters who work in Hollywood.
After more than a decade of the establishment entertainment media ignoring and dismissing Hollywood’s blacklisting of conservatives, this was newsworthy, the first time the blacklist was openly publicized.
The 51-year-old, whose basement-rated sitcom was just canceled, undoubtedly deleted the tweet after the blowback exposed her naked racism.
A white celebrity on the left @DebraMessing is basically telling black people how to think. Seems like a form of intellectual slavery to me. Liberal policies have hurt black communities around the country and these same people are silent. #RealTalk pic.twitter.com/rRtIOyPcHb
— Jeffery A Dove Jr. (@JefferyADoveJr) September 2, 2019
Nothing like rich Hollywood elites showing off their smug liberal privilege, right?
Glad she got slammed for this 👊🏿
— Wayne Dupree 🎙🎥 (@WayneDupreeShow) September 2, 2019
This article was posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 3:49 am