You would think that Christmas came early this year the way many Hollywood elitists celebrated President Trump’s impeachment in the House of Representatives. And it’s honestly sad to think these Democrats are ecstatic by the outcome instead of being ashamed that the Democratic Party has regressed to parlor tricks.
Democrats in Congress have been looking for any reason to impeach since he was inaugurated and it should be to no one’s surprise that outside of a couple of Democratic Representatives, the impeachment vote was split amongst party lines. And since the Democrats control the House, by process of elimination, of course Trump was going to be impeached.
And Hollywood celebrated like their favorite team just won the Super Bowl, but this famous actress’ emotions were so out of control over Trump’s impeachment that she may have Trump Derangement Syndrome.
If you were paying attention to social media on the day President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives, then you could practically hear the corks and taste the champagne on the other side of the posts you were reading for ecstatic liberals.
An abundance of celebrities took social media by storm to give their joyous sentiments over President Trump’s impeachment that included Rosie O’Donnell, Michael Moore, Elizabeth Banks, Rob Reiner, Patricia Arquette, Michael Kelly, Mia Farrow, Mike Birbiglia, John Cusack and Meredith Salenger. You know, the usual suspects.
Maybe the most prominent of the usual suspects is actress Alyssa Milano who used to be a television actress and sex symbol in the late 1990’s, most famously for her starring role as Phoebe Halliwell in the show “Charmed.”
The irony being that Milano’s probably more famous now, due to her anti-Trump stance, than she was while being a television star. The actress has a staggering 3.7 million followers.
She has more followers than any of the aforementioned celebrities except for Michael Moore, which is surprising because some of them are movie stars or have been in the industry for decades longer than Milano.
Milano had such a surprisingly drab and self-depressing response to Trump’s impeachment.
First, she tweeted:
Today is an extremely sad day in American history.
The Members took an oath. Failing to act — failing to rein in the abuses of power — would be a dereliction of duty.
I stand with our members of Congress as they stand up to #DefendOurDemocracy.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) December 18, 2019
Keep in mind, this was before Trump was officially impeached. This was a weird anticipatory message before the vote as if she was attempting to not psych herself up too much in case she was let down.
Once the vote led to impeachment, she tweeted:
I expected this moment but I expected to be more joyful. Maybe jump up & do a happy dance. Maybe.
But I’m just sad and heartbroken. What he’s left behind can’t be erased with this vote.
The bigotry and xenophobia he’s emboldened. The lies.
It will take generations to recover.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) December 19, 2019
Nobody was as depressed about alleged “good news” more than Milano. As they say about Trump Derangement Syndrome, the president is clearly living in her head rent free.
Hollywood celebrities perpetuate the same accusatory defaming words against Trump like “bigotry, “xenophobia” and “racist,” but why do they think this “will take generations to recover?”
Do they mean the all-time low unemployment rate, the excellent international trade deals, the surging economy and the booming stock market? How will we ever recover?