Unhinged Will & Grace co-stars Debra Messing, and Eric McCormack took to Twitter to call for the outing of guests at an upcoming Hollywood fundraiser for President Trump.

Eric McCormack, who plays “Will” on Will & Grace, received some serious backlash on Twitter after he called all Hollywood Trump supporters to be exposed:

Hey, @THR, kindly report on everyone attending this event, so the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with. Thx.

Messing backed up McCormack’s disgusting tweet with her own call to make the names of the Hollywood Trump supporters known, tweeting:

“Please print a list of all attendees, please. The public has a right to know.”

Twitter responded by calling the Will & Grace co-stars “McCarthyists”:

Republican Senator Ted Cruz (TX) responded to the Will & Grace actors comments, by tweeting:

“Tolerant Hollywood: “Burn them! Burn the witches!!”

John O’Hurley, perhaps best known for his role as J. Peterman on “Seinfeld,” says that “Will & Grace” stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing should be ashamed of themselves for appearing to advocate for the doxxing and blacklisting of Hollywood Trump supporters.

Today, during his appearance on Fox News, conservative actor John O’Hurley, who’s best known for his role as Elaine’s boss, “J. Peterman,”  on the hit “Seinfeld” show, was asked to share his thoughts on the “Will & Grace” stars asking for the names of the attendees at Trump’s fundraiser to be released. O’Hurley said he was embarrassed for both of the Will & Grace stars.

“Let me just say that I’m embarrassed for both of them,” O’Hurley told the Fox News host. “And I’ll say this because I know them both and I’ve worked with Debra before. They’re both smart people, and they do wonderful work.”

“But they’re pushing a case that falls apart from the sheer weight of its lunacy, as though the Hollywood community needs to be purged of this social and intellectual hygiene problem called ‘conservative thinking,” O’Hurley said, as he laughed. “It underscores the fact that we aren’t receptive to diversity of thought, which is the exact opposite of what you feel the liberal way would be. I find that obscene.”

Watch here:

Here’s a clip from the iconic Seinfeld Show showing the first time J. Peterman meets Elaine:

Staunch Hollywood conservative Dean Cain also spoke out in support of President Trump, tweeting:

“I’m not attending, because I’ll be out of town. Otherwise, I’d have been happy to attend.” 

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