Whoopi Goldberg Tells Actors Not to Support Blacklist of Trump Donors

Over the course of the Trump presidency, vitriol has been directed towards not only the commander-in-chief, but also his supporters. Americans have witnessed this in various capacities as individuals in MAGA hats are harassed, bullied, and event subjected to violence; these incidents are incredibly well-documented and have countless views after being uploaded to social media. Many leftists have no problems with demonizing, vilifying and dehumanizing individuals who support the president.

Animosity towards Trump supporters and conservatives, for that matter, is also very prevalent in Hollywood. As a matter of fact, it’s so prevalent that actor Eric McCormack and actress Debra Manning took heat from The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg after calling for an essential blacklist of individual Trump donors. Goldberg slammed McCormack and Manning, affirming that going after individuals because of their voting choices isn’t a good idea, as documented by Breitbart News.

Reviewing Goldberg’s Statements on a Trump Donor Blacklist

Goldberg began her remarks by noting that actor Eric McCormack and actress Debra Messing are calling for a public list of attendees for an upcoming pro-Trump fundraiser in Beverly Hills. McCormack and Messing called for this “list” on Twitter in order for them to decide which people they’re uninterested in working with. Goldberg promptly took issue with this, noting the harm of previous blacklists.

The co-host’s remarks on McCormack and Messing’s calls for a blacklist of Trump donors are read as follows:

“The last time people did this, people ended up killing themselves. This is not a good idea, OK? Your idea of who you don’t want to work with is your personal business. Do not encourage people to print out lists because the next list that comes out, your name will be on, and then people will be coming after you!”

Goldberg then went on to state that Americans have the right to vote for who they pleased. The co-host ultimately encouraged challenging ideas rather than printing out lists of individuals who support and donate to specific candidates.

Reactions from McCormack and Messing

Since the backlash, both Eric McCormack and Debra Messing have attempted to backpedal. Both individuals clearly called for “lists” of individuals who are set to attend the Beverly Hills fundraiser and support the president.

However, in the wake of condemnation, both McCormack and Messing have attempted to clean things up by claiming that they do not, in fact, support blacklists.

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The majority of Americans can agree that Eric McCormack and Debra Manning meant precisely what they said in the first place. Their attempt to clean things up now only comes amidst backlash. The left-wing has been covertly telling individuals that Trump supporters are less than human, and quite frankly, leftists ought to be ashamed of themselves for this.

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