Hollywood celebrities took to Twitter Tuesday night to vent after Democrat Jon Ossoff lost Georgia’s Sixth District unique congressional election to Republican opposition Karen Handel.Celebrities who donated time and loan to Ossoff’s project, including actresses Alyssa Milano and Rosie O’Donnell, used their social networks accounts to react to the Democrat’s loss soon after the election results were verified late Tuesday night.Milano, who personally drove voters to the surveys in April’s initial election and was actively marketing for the Democrat for the majority of Election Day, tweeted merely:”Grouphug”and”Get in.”On the other hand, electronic music producer Moby and singing Trump critic O’Donnell appeared to be irritated by the outcomes, with Moby questioning how Democratic”still can’t win”even with”buffoon”Donald Trump in the White House. O’Donnell tweeted:”DONALD TRUMP IS THE DARKNESS ITSELF.” As Breitbart News formerly< a href = target=_ blank > reported, Ossoff’s loss marked a spectacular rejection of Hollywood by Georgia voters. A number of stars, consisting of Milano, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Leguizamo, contributed money and time to the Democrat’s campaign in what ended up being an expensive and closely-watched race and a de facto referendum on President’s Trump’s tenure in office therefore far.Below, find more celeb reaction to the results of Georgia’s special congressional election: Seriously, #trump is a corrupt, ignorant buffoon with record low approval rankings and democrats still can’t win?Hey democrats:

STOP BEING …!.?.!Karen Handel is homophobic. She’s a horrible individual, a slowly-but-surely dying sign of the past.!.?.!She’s an outrageous profanity of a prospect. Great work Georgia. Now grumble that you
‘ve chosen an unqualified cracker.Each race we’re closing the space. We’re requiring the GOP to defend.We will win in the long run.Perseverance.Patience.Passion.2018 #Resist A very strong effort by Jon @Ossoff in #GA 06 today. #TeamOssoff and all the voters and activists there need to be proud. Onward to 2018.