Will and Grace stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing knew exactly what they were doing when they tweeted an invitation to list attendees at the planned Beverly Hills Trump Fund, according to Michael Loftus.
Comedian Cowpey Goldberg Condemning the duo was essential for forcing them to back down, Loftus also offered on Wednesday to The Five.
"Thank God for Whoopi Goldberg – I fully agree with what she said," Loftus said. "There is no way Eric McCormack will be misquoted. He said exactly what he thought:" Give a list of people who are going so I know who I don't want to work with. "And Debra Messing was right there to support him."
At the end of last week, Messing asked via Twitter for a print list of those attending a fundraiser in southern California. McCormack repeated the request, adding that this would help him understand whom "we don't want to work with."
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" I absolutely do not. I support blacklists or discrimination of any kind, as anyone who knows me, could testify, "said the Toronto-born actor." I just want to find out where Trump's major donations come from, which is a matter of public record. " "It is my responsibility to be educated and informed that I can stand and do it morally and ethically. This, transparency is essential."
Later, Brass tweeted a McCormack social media post , agreeing with the sentiment.
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of the Five, Loftus considered why Hollywood is home to so many anti-Trump and anti-Republican sentiments.
"Hollywood must be filled with libertarians. This is the most capitalist, "follow the American dream" [place]"he said.
He cited actor Jim Carrey, who expressed anti-Trump sentiment through horrifying works of art depicting employees such as former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.
"Jim Carrey is halfway through socialism," noted Loftus, the addition of the Canadian-born actor began as a gullible comic who eventually made his way to Hollywood and starred in blockbusters like "Dumb & Dumber" with Jeff Daniels. .
"To get these people to turn their backs on the American dream is sad, but that's the reality."  In the future, Loftus predicts, anti-Trump celebrities may take a clue from what happened to McCormack and Messing and keep their political expressions "more secret."