If you’re, say, Stephen Colbert, the host of a show that’s supposed to be funny and entertaining, aren’t you ever tempted to ask what’s wrong with your guests? Like, just reach across the desk and urge them to get help? But then you chicken out and drop one of the “jokes” your staff of writers came up with.
Yesterday we had actor Jeff Daniels tell us it’s “the end of democracy” if President Trump wins re-election, but actress Julianna Margulies also had something to get off her chest recently regarding Trump:
On @ColbertLateShow, actress Julianna Margulies revealed she stopped reading or watching news at night because of nightmares about Trump in which she was “screaming” at him. Her news sources: @NYTimes and @NPR. #LSSC pic.twitter.com/dHxgQv0LlO
— Brent Baker (@BrentHBaker) May 21, 2019
She should calm down then.
— Joe (B) [for fuzzy Bastard] (@Joseph_Leamon) May 21, 2019
So as long as she sticks to the comfortable padded confines of The New York Times and NPR she’s free of the nightmares? That’s … good. Poor Alyssa Milano’s waking nightmare continues and she’s encouraging everyone to scream about <checks notes> the Federalist Society’s fundraising successes.
In the year 2525, she'll be screaming about Pence
— Kirk Zumwalt (@KangZumwalt) May 21, 2019
She is so brave for admitting that she is afflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome. Now she should seek a competent mental health professional.
— John MAGA 🇺🇸 Proud Dreg of Society (@JHTrend) May 21, 2019
These people are not well and a change in president is not going to fix them.
— Blake Brown (@CFieldofDreams) May 21, 2019
Anti Trump hysteria is signaling to make sure that they know who else is part of their cult. They shriek and then nod to each other secure in the knowledge that anyone else acting hysterical can be trusted as part of their tribe.
— Aaron W. (@WWeingrad) May 21, 2019
Celebrities folks 😀
— roshambo for it? (@qxflos) May 21, 2019
— Adriana Belloc (@adribelloc) May 21, 2019
In other words when she stopped watching CNN and MSNBC and stopped reading The New York Times and The Washington Post the nightmares stopped…
— Grav (@Gravelsandwich) May 21, 2019
— MotherofDragons (@MuthaofDragons3) May 21, 2019
Perfectly normal, perfectly healthy.
— Black Hole 2024 (@everyone_pounce) May 21, 2019
These people are all unhinged.
— ROB (@Berrettaman28) May 21, 2019
And relish in it…think it's some sort of badge of honor.
— Foo (@Ickyfoo) May 21, 2019
He lives inside their heads 24/7. That alone is worth re-electing him.
— Michael Burton (@Burtcomma) May 21, 2019
Love “Good Wife,” but… pic.twitter.com/z20GZbvgjE
— GiffyJen (@GiffyJen) May 21, 2019
I didn't vote for Trump but in no way am I dreaming about him at night. For that matter I'm not dreaming about any political figures.
— Jimmy Parker (@PastorJimmyP) May 22, 2019
Hollywood needs help. These people are unhinged and unhealthy.
— Conservatarian (@TexasTheGreat) May 21, 2019
Late night comedy???
— Jesse Rochford (@jesserochford) May 21, 2019
— Christie (@RepRepublic) May 21, 2019
I've stopped watching nighttime talk shows because of nightmares in which I'm watching nighttime talk shows.
— UnsafeSpace (@Tony_P_Mator) May 21, 2019
Imagine being this miserable of a person. https://t.co/1YMuxv9i7M
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) May 21, 2019
Imagine being this miserable of a person and having your sanity 100 percent invested in the electoral hopes of Joe Biden or Pete Buttigieg or Beto O’Rourke.
'Is he dumb or dumber?' Actor Jeff Daniels' hot takes on Donald Trump suggest he should really just stick to acting https://t.co/gONfGTr97z
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 20, 2019