Alyssa Milano comes crashing back to earth after anti-Trump rant when Sebastian Gorka gives her a reality check

It’s one thing to take on President Trump, it’s whole other animal to take on his supporters.

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Actress Alyssa Milano couldn’t help trashing half of America when her disdain for Trump just wasn’t going to satisfy her need to vent.

In a Twitter thread celebrating Martin Luther King Jr, Milano added her brand of “love” by calling those who support Trump “un-American.”

Milano’s insult was more than a slap in the face to the middle-class families who’ve lost manufacturing plants and small businesses in fly over country during Obama’s reign. And it was completely detached from the Angel parents who’ve lost loved ones to criminal illegal aliens allowed to enter the U.S.

Never mind the financial relief millions of Americans are feeling from the newly enacted Rebulican tax-cuts and low unemployment rate. No, the many reasons that Americans might have for supporting Trump mean nothing to out-of-touch Milano.

Trump’s former senior advisor Sebastian Gorka took exception to the Hollywood celeb’s nasty tone, and gave her a piece of his mind with a tweet of his own:

Eagle-eyed Milano picked up on Gorka’s typo and ran with it. Liberals cheered when she pointed out the obvious along with the most unoriginal comeback ever – comparing Gorka to a Nazi.

Milano’s comeback was cheap shot at best, and completely void of any clever wit, or meaningful criticism, but is it a part of a bigger scheme?

The Hollywood activist is far from the first to call Trump and anyone close to him a “Nazi” or “Hitler.”  It seems, liberals are employing the adage, that if you repeat something often enough, people will believe it.

More specifically, an internet pattern called Godwin’s Law might apply here.

Godwin’s Law was defined by American attorney Mike Godwin in 1990 and is explained by WikiLeaks as:

An Internet adage that asserts that “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches; that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or later someone will compare someone or something to Adolf Hitler or his deeds.

Lest we forget the backlash over a New York high school comparing Trump to Hitler. Or, the constant screams against anyone who’s to the right of Ana Navarro of being a “white supremacist.”

And then there’s Obama, who recently compared Trump’s presidency to the rise of Hitler.

You don’t have to go far to see liberals toeing the line.

It begs the question of Milano for her latest dimwitted, yet celebrated tweet… is she a knowing perpetrator of Godwin’s Law or a mindless victim? Either way, Sebastian Gorka at least attempted to give the Twitter diva a reality check.

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