Milano encourages hurting American workers, releases map informing Hollywood ‘where it’s safe for women to work’

“Charmed” actress and Democrat activist Alyssa Milano is encouraging Hollywood to boycott every state that has passed pro-life legislation. She even released a handy-dandy map for her fellow Hollywood liberals to work off of.

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“Following the passage of a number of draconian attacks on a pregnant person’s right to choose in 2019, including those in states in which the motion picture and television industries conduct significant business, it has become apparent that those in our industry need to be able to make informed choices,” Milano and activist co-author Ben Jackson wrote in an essay published by Variety.

This is not Milano’s first time railing against states that pass laws she disagrees with. She previously encouraged a sex strike to protest Georgia’s heartbeat bill, which outlaws abortion after a heartbeat can be detected in the mother by a doctor. Such a heartbeat can typically be detected around six weeks of pregnancy.

In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Milano proved herself a true study at blathering political talk when she said that every single person is “pro-life,” no matter their views on abortion.

“I don’t think there’s a human on the planet that’s not pro-life. Nobody wants to get an abortion. Nobody. We are all pro-life, but there are circumstances that we cannot avoid,” she said. “There’s a mother’s health. There’s just not being ready and what that means financially and for someone’s destiny. This is an economic issue.”


Source: Fox News

Abortion is unfortunately only the tip of the spear when it comes to Milano’s future plan of action. The actress is also working with Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms to bring forth a mobile app that lets users avoid businesses that aren’t progressively left.

The app will “guarantee we can spend money in places that will not fund voter suppression, inequality and the stripping away of anyone’s rights.”

On her new essay, Milano said the “entertainment industry” prides itself on “inclusivity, equality and choice.”

“The original idea was to prevent Gov. Kemp from signing this bill,” Milano said. “We in the entertainment industry pride ourselves on inclusivity, equality and choice. All of these really symbolic, important things that we understand become a beacon for the country to follow suit.”

The actress added that her initiatives help find “this very tricky balance of not wanting to ever cause families harm in the state of Georgia, but being aware enough to know that the only thing that changes the state of policy is usually money.”

Causing harm is exactly what Milano is doing. Her pushing these various boycotts is not only harmful to working Americans, but it is also ignorant to the core.

Georgia is a popular place for film and television to call home while their cameras roll, which is a big deal in an age where most film and television productions are shipped overseas to save on costs. AMC’s popular “Walking Dead” program is just one of many productions to call Atlanta, Georgia home.

According to the MPAA, the film industry represents 92,000 jobs in the state.

Milano doesn’t like a law that is passed by politicians — a law which, by the way, even supporters have admitted is more aimed toward a Supreme Court fight and couldn’t actually be implemented in Georgia for years — so she decides from her high horse in Hollywood that thousands of tax-paying, hard-working citizens should be punished.

Milano is proving with this thinking that she is dangerously disconnected from the common man and she is incapable of thinking on a micro level when it comes to politics. Is advocating professional punishment to thousands of people she doesn’t personally know sound like a good idea to support abortion? It’s lunacy. She has no idea about the individuals she is trying to negatively impact and she seems to not care.

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