HER WILL, ZERO GRACE: Debra Messing Is Calling For The Doxxing Of Trump Supporters

Written by K. Walker on September 2, 2019

The star of “Will & Grace” has called for the list of people who donated to Trump made public because they “have a right to know.”

Here I was thinking that we had a secret ballot for privacy reasons.

That must be one of those pesky trappings of democracy that the left wants to eliminate. Oh, look at that! Here’s a 2017 Washington Post article proposing exactly that. 

Debra Messing, an aging actress and a woman who thinks that she’s smarter than you, was very upset that President Trump — who had a hit tv show, made multiple cameos in movies, was a cultural icon, and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame — was holding a fundraiser in Hollywood.

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She wanted names, y’all.

Stars from the hit NBC series “Will and Grace” are upset about an Emmy week fundraiser in Beverly Hills for President Trump next month — and vow to name and shame anyone who dares to show up, hoping to blacklist participants from working in Hollywood.

“Please print a list of all attendees please. The public has a right to know,” Debra Messing tweeted Friday night in response to a Hollywood Reporter story on the upcoming event.

Source: Page Six

Gee… what could she possibly want with a list of big-name Trump donors?

Simple — blacklisting.

She doesn’t understand people that aren’t like her, nor does she care to.

Oh, and if you disagree with her, then you’re wrong.

It’s either conform or be banished!

Well, she was determined to find out who donated to Trump.

After calling to publicly shame his supporters, President Trump tweeted about meeting Messing after his NBC hit, The Apprentice.

She freaked out. Perhaps because, although famous already, she wasn’t quite prepared for Being The Subject Of A Trump Tweet level of fame.

She’s now asking people to text her to have a conversation because social media just isn’t good enough.

For real.

This seems a sensible plan, right?

She got mocked on Twitter for her calls to dox Trump supporters. Because, despite what she thinks, we all know what the purpose of listing donors is for.

Remember, it’s not just “Grace” — it’s “Will,” too. Messing’s Will & Grace co-star, Eric McCormack wants a blacklist as well.

Dean Cain, who played Superman/Clark Kent in Lois & Clark, the 90s television iteration of the character, doxxed himself after a fashion. He said he would attend the fundraiser but he ‘s going to be out of town.

Messing then doubled-down to defend herself after the criticism. She says that she’s a proud donor, so other people should be proud of donating to Trump.

Sure, Debra. If we lived in a normal world, that’s true. Except that these lists are there to ruin people’s lives because they hold the “wrong” views. They’re created for targeted harassment campaigns and public shaming.

I think she does, actually.

Messing had also praised an Alabama church sign stating that a black vote for Trump is “mental illness” while a white vote for Trump is “pure racism.” WVTM reports that the pastor of New Era Baptist Church, Michael Jordan, (no, not that Michael Jordan,) has said that voters for President Trump in 2020 are supporting “institutionalized racism.”

The “Will & Grace” star responded “THANK YOU #Alabama” Saturday to a tweet about a Baptist church in Birmingham that displayed a sign reading: “A black vote for Trump is mental illness.”

Too little, too late.

Much like the way that publishing the names of donors can be a real problem. Just ask Julián Castro’s brother, Joachim.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, occasional Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll

 

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