Debra Messing of Will and Grace expressed public support for Alyssa Milano's fellow actress and advocate for distance from the March Women's Organizing Committee on the indirect support of anti-Semitism .
last week I tweeted a simple message."I am with you, @Alyssa_Milano." Tweets enclosed the advocate's article. Milano told why she declined to speak in March when asked by founders Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory.
Milano, a spokesman for the MeToo movement, protested protests against Brett Kavanaugh, a spokesman for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and said he was dissatisfied with the true accusation by the organizers of the Islamic state leader Louis Farrakhan on his anti-American movements. Semiannual remarks
"In that respect, polarization and anti-Semitism need to be called and resolved at any time, and I am disappointed with the leadership of Women's March, which they have not done adequately."
Messing's support came shortly after a recent episode of the NBC series handled her character who shared her #MeToo story with her father about her father's sexual violence at age 15.