Celebs race to lash out over Mueller’s conclusion. Alyssa Milano wins for most uninformed.

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Celebrities on Sunday were tripping all over each other to pronounce their displeasure with Attorney General Barr’s summary of the two-year Robert Mueller special counsel investigation.

In Hollywood and everywhere else where gilded celebrity pedestals are erected those adorable, must-see icons of renown are up in arms over what they insist is the injustice of the justice system. (Maybe “must-see” but please … NOT “must hear.”)

Alyssa Milano, who can’t help but publicly show herself on a daily basis as being an empty fortune cookie, tweeted:

Well, if there was nothing in the report why won’t they just release it? If the report fully exonerated him or his family, he’d have it all out in seconds.

Does she not have an agent or family member who can help her understand some things?

Twitter was not kind to Milano …


Bette Midler wasn’t buying the exoneration of POTUS either. She tweeted:

Chelsea Handler also posted to Twitter:

John Cusack‘s tweet:


Rosie O’Donnell (hasn’t she moved to Canada yet?):

George Takei, Star Trek actor from eons ago, tweeted:

A tweet from Bill Maher:

Then there was conservative social media hero James Woods:

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