Outspoken left-wing Hollywood actress and “super-sciency” expert Alyssa Milano doesn’t appear to understand that, because she lives in California, her uterus lives there too.
Confused? You’re not alone.
Flash back to Tuesday, when the California resident traveled to Georgia to protest a bill passed by the state’s legislature that would limit abortions to the first six weeks of pregnancy versus the first 20 weeks. Why only the first six weeks? Because it’s around the 7th or so week that an unborn baby’s heartbeat can be detected by medical equipment, according to the American Pregnancy Association.
While protesting at the Georgia State Capitol that day, a local lawmaker approached her to ask a simple question: Do you even live here, bro? Granted, that wasn’t exactly how he phrased it.
“What district of Georgia are you from?” state Rep. Dominic LaRiccia asked.
“I work in Georgia,” the actress relied.
“Do you vote in Georgia?” the lawmaker tried again.
“I don’t vote in Georgia, but there are 30 people outside who do vote in Georgia,” Milano replied.
When LaRiccia tried once again to procure a real answer from her, she copped an attitude.
“The people who work on my crews, the 90,000 people that the entertainment industry actually employs, do [vote in Georgia],” she angrily replied in response to the lawmaker’s questions.
It’s unclear why she assumes all 90,000 employees oppose the “Heartbeat Bill,” especially given how many Georgians have taken to Twitter to explain to her she that doesn’t speak for them.
Its Funny I had no idea @Alyssa_Milano was in charge of all Hollywood Productions. I think there are plenty of Sane Actors & Actresses that will work in GA. @BrianKempGA stay strong Sir #SaveTheBabies
— MotherHall⭐⭐⭐ (@MotherHall1) April 3, 2019
I’m a woman of Georgia…you don’t speak for me…go HOME and mind you’re own business!
— SMS (@scottishgal73) April 4, 2019
@Alyssa_Milano you are a PRETENDER. Who made you the spokesperson for public morality??? Go home. You don’t speak for me.
— Linda Church (@lkchurch8) April 4, 2019
@Alyssa_Milano stay out of my state. You don’t speak for me.
— Angela (@lovemyhusband77) April 4, 2019
I’m from Georgia, you DON’T speak for me!!
— Melody ? (@MelodyLawson) April 3, 2019
@Alyssa_Milano don’t speak for me. A beating heatbeat is a child, miracle of god. Practice unsafe sex no condoms no no birth control well abortion isn’t birth control. Become an adult #unplanned maybe see what a real abortion looks like
— L.K (@Lori_Jan30) April 3, 2019
Who does Milano speak for then? Her uterus, apparently: “These are the men voting on what goes on inside my uterus!” she angrily blurted out as she gestured to LaRiccia.
Not only is she a “super-sciency” biology expert, but apparently she’s also a “super-sciency” geography expert too …
The problem with what she said is that Georgia’s laws have no bearing on her uterus? Why? Because as noted earlier, since she lives in California, that means her uterus technically lives there too. This is not rocket science, or at least it’s not supposed to be rocket science.
Yet dozens of actresses and actors — including Milano, Rosie O’Donnell, Gabrielle Union, Amy Schumer, Ben Stiller, Sarah Silverman, Don Cheadle, Mia Farrow, Essence Atkins, Uzo Aduba, and Christina Applegate — have vowed to boycott Georgia over a bill that doesn’t even affect them.
Spearheaded by Milano, the campaign’s purpose is to use the actors’ combined power, money and privilege to force the state’s conservative legislators into compliance with their far-left agenda.
To see LaRiccia confronting the actress from another angle, watch the video below:
Despite Hollywood’s complaints, the bill is poised to be signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, who won the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race in part by promising to “sign, fight for pro-life legislation.”
“Being pro-life is more than just protecting embryos,” he said in a statement during last year’s elections. “That’s why my administration will review the entire Georgia Code to ensures that all life – from conception to natural death is protected and treated equally under the law. By recognizing that an unborn child is a person, we will make it abundantly clear that Georgia values all people – regardless of age, race, mental status, or state or health.”
Truth be told, there’s nothing Milano and her uterus can do to stop this, just as there was nothing she could do last year to roll back the results of Georgia’s gubernatorial race.
After Kemp defeated Democrat challenger Stacey Abrams, the actress vowed to boycott the state over its allegedly “rotten and rigged” election process. That effort clearly failed.
There are over 20 productions shooting in Georgia.
Is the entertainment industry willing to support the economy of a totally corrupt state that suppresses democracy; where the winner isn’t the best choice for the people but the best schemer or crook?
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 17, 2018
And judging by the stunning backlash she’s receiving for butting into Georgia’s business yet again, it seems likely that her current efforts will also fail.
U don’t reside in Georgia right? U believe the millions of Georgians cannot speak for themselves right? U aware that no one in Georgia formally requested u to speak for them right? U don’t stand 4 elections cause u have no real political influence n onky propped up by MSM right??
— Realist (@pillayj) April 3, 2019
No oned interested in what goes on inside your uterus, trotte it, slit it or whatever but don’t do it to any living being inside. If you do u should b charged with premeditated murder cause u chose 2 have unprotected sex knowing it can lead 2 conception of another human being.
— Realist (@pillayj) April 3, 2019
News Flash… nobody wants to contemplate your uterus!
— dr lf s (@lfs9988) April 4, 2019
What @Alyssa_Milano refuses to take into account is that a child in the womb wouldn’t be there if not for the father. So, the father has just as much right to vote whether that child should be put to death or not. It may be her “uterus” but it’s a child’s life. Life is sacred.
— NoBody✝️?????????? (@binns_dennis) April 4, 2019
@Alyssa_Milano those “men” don’t vote for “what goes on in your uterus”. You don’t live or vote in GA.
— MOAB LABE (@dhatfield72) April 4, 2019
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