Debra Messing Praises Sign Saying Black Support For Trump Is ‘Mental Illness'
Hollywood actress commends racist sign outside Alabama church
Liberal actress Debra Messing commended a sign posted outside an Alabama church that called black Trump supporters "mentally ill."
Messing was responded to a post on Twitter which posted the sign saying, “A black vote for Trump is mental illness.”
“THANK YOU #Alabama,” Messing wrote in response to the sign.
On the reverse of the sign, it also read:
“A white vote for Trump is pure racism."
The church, which has made headlines for controversial signs in the past, is led by Pastor Michael R. Jordan.
Both the church and its pastor faced backlash last year after a sign outside reading, “Black folks need to stay out of white churches.”
The opposite side of the sign read, “White folks refused to be our neighbors.”
“White folk have proved they don’t want to live next door to us, or be our neighbors, or worship with us,” Jordan said at the time.
“Now they want to plant a white church in a black neighborhood under the umbrella of supposedly to fight crime.”
Jordan went on to claim “the white church elected a racist President Donald Trump."
The actress went on to call for the doxxing of Hollywood’s Trump supporters.
Messing joined her co-star Eric McCormack calling for journalists to publish a list of attendees at a Beverly Hills fundraiser for the president.
A Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama, is capturing national attention for putting up a sign that reads on one side, "A black vote for Trump is mental illness." The other side of the sign displays another message: "A white vote for Trump is pure racism." https://t.co/HKBMf57vje— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) August 31, 2019
“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,” McCormack said.
“Please print a list of all attendees please. The public has a right to know,” Messing also tweeted.
Messing has been know to use her platform to promote Ant Trumpism and liberal activism.
The actor recently praised her son for kneeling during the national anthem, then joined Hollywood stars in mocking Trump in 2016.
She joins fellow Hollywood a-listers like Bette Midler who frequently use Twitter to bash the president.
Last month, Midler claimed Trump was inciting gunmen to carry out mass-shooting attacks because he wants them to "do his dirty work for him.
"In reference to the horrific actions of the El Paso shooter, who took 22 lives and injured dozens more, the far-left entertainment industry veteran pushed a conspiracy theory that President Trump is encouraging such violence."