Will & Grace Star Debra Messing Posts & Deletes Vile Attack Against Tara Reade

(PresidentialWire.Com)- Debra Messing, the actress best known for her role as interior designer Grace Adler on Will & Grace, posted and deleted a vile attack against Biden accuser Tara Reade over the weekend. Messing’s anti-Reade tweet contradicted her earlier position on the accusations made against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by Christine Blasey Ford.

On Saturday, Debra shared a Medium article that was written by the Krassenstein brothers. The two men were previously banned from Twitter in 2019 for running fake accounts and pushing disinformation.

The Medium headline read, “Biden Accuser, Tara Reade, Allegedly Stole from Non-Profit Organization.”

Messing shared the article, before deleting the posts after her hypocrisy was exposed by hundreds of Twitter users. CEO of satirical news site Babylon Bee, Seth Dillon, included a screenshot of Messing’s tweet attacking Reade, and another in which she offered her support to Blasey Ford.

“I believe Christine Blasey Ford and so should every U.S. Senator,” Messing commented back in 2018.

“There’s no double standard. It’s just our imagination,” Dillon sarcastically commented.

Tara Reade responded directly to Messing’s tweet, also, saying, “This is slander and untrue.”

Katie Halper, the podcaster who initially gave a voice to Tara Reade to come forward about her accusations, also stood up to Messing.

“This has been debunked and you’re quoting people who have been permanently banned from Twitter,” Halper added.

Conservative news outlet Daily Wire collected some of the most damning responses to Messing, and you can see them here. Account after account took her to task, shaming her for the clear double standard of supporting women who accuse Republicans but attacking women who accuse Democrats.

Imagine being Tara Reade. If the allegations are true, she was sexually abused by a leading Democratic senator, spent years being largely silent about it out of fear, and facing the wrath of the Democratic establishment the moment you decide people need to know.