So Debra Messing and Susan Sarandon are not friends.
Like, at all.
Who knows what their relationship was like before the 2016 presidential election, if they even had one, but when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton official became the Republican and Democratic nominees, things got real bad, real fast.
Debra has always been a big supporter of Hillary, while Susan was (and still is) one of those people who was super, super into Bernie Sanders.
When Hillary won the primary, Susan was very displeased, and she refused to support her.
She also kind of began to support Trump in a roundabout way, making statements like "Some people feel Donald Trump will bring the revolution immediately. If he gets in, then things will really explode."
She said that Hillary was too "dangerous" to endorse, and right before the election, she began endorsing Jill Stein, because she felt that Hillary would easily win so it would be fine for people to "vote their conscience."
Obviously, things did not work out like that.
Pretty much every single time Susan has made some dumb public statement on Trump, Debra has been there to call her out on it.
They've gotten into plenty of Twitter fights, Debra has called Susan "insane" and insisted that she be "held accountable" for her misguided political comments.
And now that Susan is running her mouth again, Debra is there to shut it down.
This week, Variety released a new interview with Susan, and in the interview, she talked more about that "revolution" idea she's been so excited about.
She said that a good thing about Trump's presidency so far is that he's so bad, he's inspiring young people to get more into politics, and that he's also inspiring more women and people of color to run for office.
"This is a revolution," she said. "Maybe things had to get so bad before real change actually could happen. We just have to stay awake."
When Debra saw the interview ... well, she went the f--k off.
"STFU SUSAN," she began her Twiter tirade. "Oh yes, PLEASE let's give Trump CREDIT."
"I mean how else are you able to walk out on the street. Convince yourself that this CATASTROPHE of a president who you said was better that HRC IS NOT ripping children away from people seeking asylum, holding children INDEFINITELY in internment camps with their new policy ..."
"DESTROYING all attemps to protect our environment (yes the water you properted to care about), endangered animals, taking away women's ACCESS to health care and legal abortion, trying to block POC from voting with extreme judges who will support jerrymandering efforts, not to mention destroying ALL goodwill and allied relationships across the globe."
"Oh," she continued, "and lest you forget Syria, Crimea, and putting PRO-RUSSIA agenda BEFORE the United States best interests."
"YES, do go on and LAUD the effect Trump has had out of DESPERATION & PANIC for the DESTRUCTION of the Soul of our country."
We know, we know, it's a lot, but she's still not done!
"You don't want to look at THAT part of the equation," Debra wrote. "Because then you'd have to admit you were dead WRONG running around bellowing that HRC was more dangerous than Trump."
"Only a self righteous narcissist would continue to spout off and not -- in the face of Americans' pain and agony -- be contrite and apologize for your part in this catastrophe."
She wrapped things up with "But you do you Susan."
Susan responded briefly by telling Debra to actually watch her interview "before you get yourself all self-righteous," but Debra said that she actually watched the interview twice.
So who's right here?
Well, Debra, clearly. She uses a lot of caps in her argument, but it's a solid argument.
Susan has received a lot of criticism since her interview began making the rounds, and she's been quick to remind people that she's not pro-Trump by any means.
As she's been reminding everyone on her Twitter account, she got arrested earlier this summer at an anti-Trump protest, and she has been using her platform to urge everyone to vote.
But it's hard to forget all those insane things she said in 2016, and it's still weird how she's romanticizing the idea of this big revolution when really everything just kind of sucks right now.
So please, just ... be better, Susan.