Alyssa Milano’s armed bodyguards pushing an NRA member out of her tiny rally wasn’t even the most embarrassing part

While protesting against gun rights at a rally in Dallas over the weekend, Hollywood actress and loudmouth liberal Alyssa Milano inadvertently wound up perfectly demonstrating the appalling hypocrisy of the anti-gun left.

During the barely attended rally Saturday at a park less than a mile from the National Rifle Association’s annual convention, Milano spouted nonsense about how America needs so-called “common sense gun reform.”

Yet the anti-gun and anti-Trump zealot reportedly showed up to the event with an armed bodyguard.

Watch as local NRA member Will Haraway confronts her bodyguard in the video below:

As noted by political commentator Ben Howe, the rude behavior of her guard, who used intimidation to force Haraway to “leave,” was patently illegal.

So not only did the Hollywood actress show up to an anti-guy rally with guns, ironically enough, but she then watched idly as her gun-toting guard illegally violated another man’s rights.

*slow clap of applause*

Congratulations, Miss Milano, because you just made yourself eligible for the “Hypocrite of the Year” award.

Check out social media’s reaction to her hypocrisy below:

Except her hypocrisy extends way beyond what happened at the park. When Howe reportedly offered the Hollywood actress a chance to stop by the convention down the street and speak directly with NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch, she refused.

What ever happened to reasonable debate and discussion? It apparently died the day Milano anointed herself the queen of Dallas.

Her aversion to debate and discussion makes sense once you factor in the anti-gun rally’s true purpose: To push a so-called “Gun Safety Bill of Rights” that would sacrifice the Second Amendment on the altar of gun control.

Behold:

Does this fake “Bill of Rights” not apply to bodyguards or something!?

Social media was as critical of this absurd flyer as it was of Milano’s hypocrisy:

https://twitter.com/WLFanning/status/992970188864872449

Twitter user “Harry Gato” nailed it. For the actress’s silly document to mean anything, it needs to become an amendment. And for that to occur, many Americans must back it.

The good news is that, judging by how few people turned up for the anti-gun rally, the chances of her “Bill of Rights” ever even getting close to being ratified into law is zilch.

Observe:

Quick question to Milano: WHERE IS EVERYBODY!????

Oh, that’s right, they were at the NRA convention showing their love and support of the U.S. Constitution!

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