Now that she’s not acting anymore, Alyssa Milano has spent a lot of time dedicated to becoming a Twitter celebrity.
What else is she going to do? I’ve seen her acting.
Social Media (D) is toxic, and I can prove it in two words: Alyssa Milano.
Look, I’ll be upfront, I’m not a fan. I also think that something happens to your ability to relate to the rest of the country once you enter that Hollywood bubble.
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Ever since President Trump was elected, Milano has gone off the deep end.
She’s mocked people sending their ‘thoughts and prayers’ to Hurricane Harvey victims. (It should be noted that many of those people also sent money.)
And of course, she’s blind to the blatantly obvious corruption that occurs on her own side.
But she advocates for #MeToo and the right to kill babies in the womb — you know, ‘women’s issues’.
I’m a woman, and politically I’m primarily concerned about lower taxes and the economy, which are apparently not ‘women’s issues’. Sexists.
In her advocacy for those with XX chromosomes (or those that wish they possessed XX chromosomes,) she’s offered up body parts to leftist Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
It was reported yesterday that Justice Ginsburg, 85, was hospitalized for observation and treatment of three broken ribs after falling in her office on Wednesday.
Ginsburg has had a series of health problems over the years. The aging justice broke two ribs in a fall in 2012 and had two prior bouts with cancer. In 2014, she had a stent implanted to open a blocked artery and was also was hospitalized after a bad reaction to medicine in 2009.
But she has never missed Supreme Court arguments. The court won’t hear arguments again until November 26.
It’s always serious when someone her age falls and fractures bones. The left is absolutely terrified that overt partisan Ginsburg might retire. Conservatives often joke that replacing Ginsburg would be President Trump’s third SCOTUS pick. That said, we don’t wish ill on those that we oppose, even if they are overt anti-Trump partisans like the ‘Notorious RBG’.
That said, Milano’s tweet offering up body parts was pretty creepy, and then she has a ‘Hold My Beer’ moment within her own tweet.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg can have my ribs. And my kidneys and a lung. And anything else she needs. She can even have my husband on Thursdays.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 8, 2018
She’s offering up her husband to an octogenarian Supreme Court Justice to protect Roe vs Wade. Think about that.
Do you now see why I think there’s something’s a bit off with Alyssa Milano?
Although, she said that she will no longer be involved with the Women’s March until organizers disavow hateful anti-Semitic bigot, Iran-apologist, and Nation of Islam Leader, Louis Farrakhan.
So, maybe there’s some hope for her after all.
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