Liberal actress Alyssa Milano is one of many Hollywood celebrities in a tizzy over Thursday’s House passage of the American Healthcare Act.
She wants you to know that, JUST LIKE YOU, she has preexisting conditions, like twerking, or whatever the hell she’s doing in this tweet:
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 5, 2017
Just in time, Ben Shapiro was there to ask Milano the perfect question:
And yet here you are, alive and healthy. Why hasn't evil American health care killed you yet? https://t.co/FW9C8GLaBF
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) May 5, 2017
Which also begged THIS question:
— To The Point (@ToThePoint_KCRW) May 5, 2017
In other words, rich Hollywood actors and actresses are NOT “just like us,” much as they and their fellow Leftists would like to control our lives.
@benshapiro Because she is famous and wealthy and can afford good healthcare you dolt!
Most people can’t and the #ACHA makes things worse.
— Steven Buckley (@StevenJCBuckley) May 5, 2017
— Aleteiaholic (@PierreWirawan) May 5, 2017
— Hello, Friend (@ItsActuallyHim) May 5, 2017
Yep, everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others. Plenty of Twitter users noticed…
— Harry✋ (@NorthFalcon74) May 5, 2017
— la lenz (@lany891) May 5, 2017
— JDoors (@DuaneEH) May 5, 2017
@benshapiro With a networth of 45 million, healthcare is the least of her worrries.
— TX_AWD (@iHoonSTi) May 5, 2017
@benshapiro Sometimes I forget how much I f*cking love Ben Shapiro, and then he does something like this, and it reminds me all over again.
— SouthernRedhead (@DonnaBegley) May 5, 2017
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