The lefties do not like the fact that Elon Musk owns Twitter and allowed other opinions to exist online. Partly a result of their supreme ignorance and partly a result of their desires of absolute control, these infantile wokesters don’t know what to do anymore.
Enter Alyssa Milano, the perennial woke idiot who loves performative virtue signaling more than most in her cloistered Hollywood echo chamber, and that’s saying something.
After lefties realized they were being appropriately mocked for their stance on Twitter despite owning Musk-made Teslas, Milano went the extra step to trade her electric vehicle in for a different brand. Of course, she also used Twitter to let everyone know what she did, so she again missed the point,
However, the real cause for ridicule was the fact that she traded in her Tesla on the grounds that she couldn’t support white supremacy for a car produced by an actual Nazi-founded company. You can’t make this up.
As one user said, “[t]he greatest exchange in the history of Twitter just happened.”
🚨BREAKING: The greatest exchange in the history of Twitter just happened.
Put this in the history books. pic.twitter.com/8EyVE11Jsg
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 27, 2022
Left unsaid in all of this is the fact that the biggest joke here remains thinking electric vehicles save the environment. Does Milano know where the electricity for charging her car comes from? I doubt it, nor does she care. She is a classic ‘stage one’ thinker, as Thomas Sowell so eloquently calls these fools.
And to be sure, some critics rightly pointed out that since its founding, Volkswagen has changed its ways. Eighty years is a long time to go back. However, these rules have been deemed meaningless by the woke left’s cancel culture. They will dig up dirt on adults stretching back to their schoolyard days, so if that’s how they want to play, then it’s fair game to attack Milano on these grounds.
Sadly, too, it’s not as if Milano is limited to just this one bad take. She is not moved in the least by facts, evidence, or reason. During the height of the pandemic, she famously posted this cringeworthy photograph to social media.
— HODLingFool (@HODLingFool) November 27, 2022
That face covering is so laughably absurd it would make more sense if a comedian wore it poking fun at the regime’s supposed public health response. But no, she wore that thing with the same authenticity as she displayed in that unaware tweet about her Tesla. She used Twitter to point out how Twitter was evil, then traded down for a worse car whose origins are with the primo white supremacist group of the 21st century.
Before both the mask and EVN debacle, we also have Milano to thank for the politically charged MeToo era. NBC revived that story in 2018 as a one-year anniversary of sorts.
On the afternoon of Oct. 15, 2017, the actress Alyssa Milano tweeted a request to her followers: “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.”
The results were overwhelming.
Within 24 hours, her post generated thousands of replies, comments and retweets and inspired thousands more original posts on social media, with women and men from around the world sharing personal stories. Among the celebrities who responded were Lady Gaga, Viola Davis, Javier Muñoz and Evan Rachel Wood.
We can only wonder what relevance and meaning the aging, former 90s starlet will seek out next through her toxic ignorance.
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