Fellow actor gives Alyssa Milano acting tips over her dramatic 6-min monologue against Kavanaugh: ‘You can do better!’

Alyssa Milano dusted off her acting skills in a new video slamming President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

The anti-gun activist, currently starring in the controversial Netflix series “Insatiable,” was quickly shredded on Twitter after warning viewers that  Kavanaugh “will hurt us” and urging people to “bang down” their senators’ doors in an effort to stop his confirmation.

Milano spoke about banning assault rifles, immigration reform and abortion rights in the video produced by NowThis Opinions, over-dramatically speaking as Kavanaugh’s supposed victims.

“I was one of 17 people who died in that school on that day,” Milano said, speaking as Joaquin Oliver, a student who was killed during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school.

“In six minutes, the shooter used an AR-15 to kill 14 students and three staff members,” Milano said. “These weapons have no place in the hands of private citizens. These weapons should be banned. Brett Kavanaugh does not agree.”

The 45-year-old liberal then spoke on behalf of Jane Doe, a 17-year-old pregnant woman, allegedly apprehended on the border for attempting to illegally enter the U.S., and expecting American taxpayers to fund her abortion.

“The Trump administration tried to stop me. Brett Kavanaugh tried to stop me,” Milano said.

She turned up the emotional performance, speaking on behalf of other ‘victims’ like those who supposedly depend on the Affordable Care Act for health care coverage and will face death without it.

“We know what will happen because Brett Kavanaugh has shown us what will happen,” the actress opined. “Brett Kavanaugh will hurt us.”

“What will happen when Brett Kavanaugh becomes the majority?” Milano asked. “We know what will happen to women, to immigrants, to workers, to voters, to people with pre-existing conditions, to children with disabilities, to parent who worry about whether their kids will come home from school alive.”

“We have to call our senators. It’s not a done deal so we have to bang down their doors and share our stories,” she said in the video which she shared on Twitter, repeating that Kavanaugh’s confirmation will only “help Trump” in the end.

This is not Milano’s first meltdown over Kavanugh’s nomination as she was shredded recently for dawning a costume from the Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale” to protest.

Milano closed the video reminding viewers that “we have the power to stop him.”

Once again, Milano has replaced her acting with left-wing political activism. And once again, she was torched on Twitter.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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