Debra Messing, the star "Will & Grace" has announced public support to co-actor and advocate, Alyssa Milano, for her decision to get rid of the Women's March organizers for their indirect support of anti-semitism.
Last week, Messing tweet a simple message, "I'll stand with you @ Alyssa_Milano." There was an article from the Advocate in the tweet where Milano shared his reasons for why he would refuse to talk on the marches if the founders of Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory asked.
Milano, who has been a vocal advocate for the #MeToo movement, and recently has protested the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, said she was unhappy with the real lack of awareness by Nation leader organizers of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, for his anti-semitic anti-behavior behavior.
"Any time there is any bigotry or anti-Semitism in that regard, we need to call out and get rid of it. I'm disappointed in the Women's March leadership that has not done enough. , "said Milan at the outlet.
Showing the support of the Messing is coming after a recent episode of the NBC series dealing with a character sharing #MeToo story with a friend for her friend sexually assaulted when she was; n 15 years old.