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Actress Debra Messing has proved what scum she is as she has encouraged her followers to hunt down supporters of President Donald Trump.He tweet came hours after the actress was hit hard by the president who reminded her of what hypocrite and a phony she is.“I have not forgotten that when it was announced that I was going to do The Apprentice, and when it then became a big hit, helping NBC’s failed lineup greatly.“@DebraMessing came up to me at an Upfront & profusely thanked me, even calling me “Sir.” How times have changed!” he said.
I have not forgotten that when it was announced that I was going to do The Apprentice, and when it then became a big hit, helping NBC’s failed lineup greatly, @DebraMessing came up to me at an Upfront & profusely thanked me, even calling me “Sir.” How times have changed!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 1, 2019
Messing, the star of the cancelled series “Will & Grace,” decided it would be wise to tell her fans to hunt for Trump supporters in their area.“How to Find Who Donated to Trump in Your Area,” she said with a link to a story from Splinter News that showed how to find Trump supporters.
How to Find Who Donated to Trump in Your Area https://t.co/n8jQiYoowB
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) September 1, 2019
The story was about Joaquin Castro who exposed donors to President Trump in his area and encouraged others to do the same.Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro thought it was a wise idea to name people in his area who donated to President Donald Trump.
But not only did Rep. Castro get attacked by many for doing what he did, he made another mistake and it could cost him his next election, The Washington Examiner reported.
Edward Steves, owner of a manufacturing firm that he said is the oldest company in San Antonio, told the Washington Examiner that he once hosted a fundraiser at his house that raised over $300,000 for Julián Castro’s mayoral campaign.
But Joaquin’s tweet and follow-up statements chastising local Trump donors may backfire for his own reelection races, Steves said.
“He’s probably got 44 people that are going to contribute heavily to whoever might run against him in the primaries,” Steves said.
Donald Kuyrkendall, president of a San Antonio commercial real estate company, shared concern about his family’s safety and wondered what the Castro brothers hoped to gain by the Twitter outing of Trump donors.
“Were his intentions to incite people to picket Bill Miller’s barbecue or to come to Don Kuyrkendall’s house, you know, assault my wife, make nasty comments?” Kuyrkendall said.
Kuyrkendall said that in wake of the tweet, his lawyer reminded him that he once donated to Julián Castro’s mayoral campaign.
Not a wise idea by any stretch of the imagination before, but now it is one that injured himself in his efforts to intimidate supporters of the president.
Src: The Federalist Papers