Hollywood Celebs Not Pleased With First Democrat Debate

The first of two Democrats debate was considered by some as a flop, and Hollywood celebs took to Twitter to vent their frustration.

Besides being called “boring,” the Democrat debate was also plagued by “amateur hour” sound issues, confusion and chaos.

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Washington Times reported that about an hour into Democrats’ first televised presidential debates, involving 10 of the party’s two dozen candidates — the second batch scheduled to speak on Thursday evening — President Donald Trump tweeted this: “BORING.”

Actually, “BORING” is a bit of a misnomer. There were some spirited moments.

For instance — and this may not qualify as spirited per se, but definitely exciting, leaning toward mysterious — one of the night’s nagger of a question, for at least the better part of the first hour, was this: Who’s the bald guy?

Well, spoiler alert: John Delaney.

Yep. The guy from Maryland. The guy from Maryland who once upon a time served as a congressman.

Celebrities, who have been touting this moment for months were also not impressed, and some appeared quite worried about their chances in 2020.

Actor Billy Eichner was apparently disappointed by all 10 Democrats on the stage Wednesday night, and declared that he’s “voting for Hillary” in a now-deleted tweet.

Breitbart reported that Hollywood was largely disappointed during the first Democratic presidential debate on Wednesday night, with reaction spanning from pillory to praise to panic.

“I already heard six candidates tonight that can see themselves out, permanently,” actress Amber Tamblyn fumed, sounding unenthused with over half of the Democratic candidates on the debate stage.