The Democrats refuse to accept the results of our Presidential election. They are determined to spew their hateful rhetoric at every opportunity. Not only have they become violent, they are simply unable to cope with living in a country that allows the people to elect their own leaders.
Yesterday in Georgia, Karen Handel won a special election congressional race, and the Celebrities who helped fund the campaign against her once again used their Twitter accounts to react to the Democrat’s loss shortly after the election results were confirmed late Tuesday night.
Milano, who personally drove voters to the polls in April’s preliminary election and was actively campaigning for the Democrat for most of Election Day, tweeted simply: “Grouphug” and “Get in,” Breitbart reports.
Meanwhile, electronic music producer Moby and vocal Trump critic O’Donnell appeared to be frustrated by the results, with Moby questioning how Democratic “still can’t win” even with “buffoon” Donald Trump in the White House. O’Donnell tweeted: “DONALD TRUMP IS THE DARKNESS ITSELF.”
As Breitbart News previously reported, Ossoff’s loss marked a stunning rejection of Hollywood by Georgia voters. Several celebrities, including Milano, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Leguizamo, donated time and money to the Democrat’s campaign in what became an expensive and closely-watched race and a de facto referendum on President’s Trump’s tenure in office thus far.
Below, find more celebrity reaction to the results of Georgia’s special congressional election.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) June 21, 2017
Karen Handel is homophobic. She's a terrible person, a slowly-but-surely dying symbol of the past. https://t.co/hUNCUz5BpT
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) June 21, 2017
Misspelled 'lying.' https://t.co/MoLLlrWV6p
— Jeffrey Wright (@jfreewright) June 21, 2017
— ROSIE (@Rosie) June 21, 2017
That's so hard to process, Joy. https://t.co/xJwl5fVtei
— Debra Messing✍🏻 (@DebraMessing) June 21, 2017
Each race we're closing the gap. We're forcing the GOP to defend.
We will win in the long run.
— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) June 21, 2017