Two actors who are best known for a television sitcom that aired more than a decade ago have found a new lease on life — exposing for all of us of the totalitarian instincts of liberals. Eric McCormack and Debra Messing of the 1990s TV series “Will and Grace” decided it would be a really good idea to use social media to call for a blacklist of conservatives in Hollywood. Being oh so clever, and knowing exactly what it was they were doing, they opted to couch their fascist instinct as a personal inquiry so that they would know who not to work with. In response to a Hollywood Reporter tweet announcing that President Donald Trump would be appearing in a Beverly Hills fundraiser in mid-September, Mr. McCormack tweeted, “Hey, kindly report on everyone attending this event so the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with. Thx.” Ms. Messing issued her support for the creation of the list shortly thereafter, tweeting the trade magazine should “print a list of all attendees please” adding that “the public has a right to know.” Lefty objects to being referred to as "totalitarian" or "fascist", but here it is right out in the open. These two actors join the growing chorus of Lefties that started with Maxine Waters and others who said Lefties should get in the faces of non-Lefties. "Show them they aren't welcome", she said. Hillary echoed the same sentiment. Certainly these few don't speak for all Lefties. I will assume that a Democrat/ Liberal/ Lefty agrees with this loud group unless they say otherwise.