Debra Messing Panics as Democrat Kyrsten Sinema ‘Likes’ Article Claiming GOP Could Retake Power in 2022, Tags Pelosi and Schumer in ‘Tattletale’ Tweet

Hollywood actress and radical left-wing liberal Debra Messing, who spends a lot of time ranting about Republicans on Twitter, thinks U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-D) might be defecting, or working against the Democrat party. This is a speculative statement in our view, based on this Twitter exchange.

Apparently Sinema “liked” a post on CNN Politics with an article claiming the GOP has a shot to take power back in 2022. That doesn’t necessarily mean a whole lot in and of itself. Nevertheless, Messing somehow saw that she had liked it, and posted the screenshot on Twitter, tagging U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and U.S. Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

Apparently she is tattling on the Democrat leaders in congress to make sure that they know Sinema “liked” a tweet. Sinema also acknowledged, but didn’t confirm or deny how she felt about the situation with Republicans potentially taking back power.

“Yes. I read.” she responded This prompted a whirlwind of people underneath that tweet either lambasting her, or supporting her. One will have to draw their own conclusions as to what they think based on Sinema’s past support for bipartisanship. Even if she did secretly want to help Republicans, she may not want to switch parties as she is holding a statewide elected seat in Arizona, which is arguably turning blue.

Many Republicans would like to see that state flip back red in the way Florida turned red during the 2020 election, but it’s just hard to say if that’s possible. Messing intially tweeted:

“.@kyrstensinema — is there something you’d like to tell the Democratic Party? @TeamPelosi @TeamPelosi @SenSchumer

On January 25th we reported that Sinema may be a monkey wrench in the Democrat’s so-called Senate Majority, along with West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin (D) in part:

Today Mitch has announced some sort of agreement that Mitch has with Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). The two aforementioned moderate Democrats are claiming they don’t want to be the deciding votes on radical left-wing policies and they want to see some bipartisanship in bills that go to President Joe Biden’s desk.

Right now the U.S. Senate technically has a 50-50 gridlock split, although Democrat Vice President Kamala Harris can break the tie if there is an end to filibuster, otherwise known to some as the ‘nuclear option’. The fact that Kamala Harris is a Democrat is why Chuck Schumer has the Majority title.

Although Mitch has not been a champion for Trump supporters since the recent weeks have taken things downhill for many, this may be a good short-term reprieve to keep radical left-wing bills from passing. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer claims this deal won’t hold up and continues to badger Mitch to work out a different backend deal based on the way we are interpreting it.

Greg Price screenshotted the two tweets to make sure more people noticed, especially if anything got deleted.

It’s hard to say what will happen in 2022. President Biden is overseeing a border crisis that is sure to contribute the ongoing takeover of the Democrats around the nation. On the other hand, both parties have historically been great at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory no matter how certain, so don’t bet the farm on anything.