Will & Grace star Debra Messing is at it again with her anti-Trump message on Twitter.
Messing and her co-star Eric McCormack recently came under fire for their message to out all Hollywood Trump supporters (see below) and now this:
She tweeted out support for a controversial sign at the New Era Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama calling black Trump supporters ‘mentally ill’. Pastor Michael Jordan has displayed controversial church signs in the past. If Messing had done her homework, she’d know that this pastor believes gay marriage isn’t a civil right (see below). Messing happens to be the “Global Ambassador for HIV/AIDS” but pastor Jordan’s sign on AIDS read: “AIDS is God’s curse on homosexual life.”
“A BLACK VOTE FOR TRUMP IS MENTAL ILLNESS”
Pastor Michael Jordan proudly stands next to his sign below:
New Era Baptist Church Pastor Michael Jordan talks about his controversial message https://t.co/Gu0HONIphP
— #WVTM13 (@WVTM13) August 27, 2019
The Alabama church has been in the news for the sign with outraged people shocked that a church would be so outwardly divisive and political.
The pastor of the church told the local news that he put up the sign to encourage people to vote for someone else in the next election.
The other side of the sign reads: ‘A white vote for Trump is pure racism’
The Daily Mail reports: Messing, a vocal critic of POTUS, tweeted: ‘THANK YOU #Alabama’ on Saturday:
Oops! She’s a “Global Ambassador for HIV/AIDS but just supported a church whose pastor says gay marriage is not a civil right:
Dear Debs, you’re supporting & promoting the beliefs of this guy? I mean, I’m shocked an entitled liberal white woman working in Hollywood would ever dare to lecture black folks on how to live, think, or vote. But love trumps hate, right? pic.twitter.com/89qwPQom4R
— Buffy von Trollerson (@StahllhatS) September 1, 2019
This comes after she and co-star Eric McCormack tweeted that people attending a Hollywood fundraiser for Trump should be named so they can be blacklisted:
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT:
Actress Debra Messing is best known for playing Grace in the hit NBC comedy Will & Grace.
The show was wildly successful years ago and recently was rereleased with the same cast including Messing’s co-star Eric McCormack.The new season has been called the “social justice” season, so it’s no surprise that it’s already been canceled.
McCormack got into a backlash on Twitter after calling 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.
— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) August 30, 2019
And then Messing tweeted out backing up McCormack’s tweet:
“Please print a list of all attendees, please. The public has a right to know.”
This created a backlash of people calling the co-stars “McCarthyists”:
Should Hollywood hold hearings to investigate suspected Trump supporters? – John Levine
Is everyone involved with Will and Grace a deranged McCarthyist, or is it just you two?
Boy that tolerance and inclusivity sure went out the window, huh?
Ted Cruz chimed in with:
“Tolerant Hollywood: “Burn them! Burn the witches!!”
Staunch Hollywood conservative Dean Cain tweeted out:
“I’m not attending, because I’ll be out of town. Otherwise, I’d have been happy to attend.”
President Trump is scheduled to have a Hollywood fundraiser in September.