Alyssa Milano breaks from Me Too hypocrisy, digs deeper hole with ‘PSA’ to stop ‘coronavirus gun surge’

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After a week of being rightly ridiculed and disparaged over her brazen hypocrisy as it pertains to presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, “super-sciency” Hollywood genius Alyssa Milano has opted to double down.

But not by rehashing her bogus reasons for why Biden deserves the due process that she’d eagerly denied to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Rather, she chose to double down by embarking on another doomed quest — this one concerning the recent surge in gun purchases and ammo purchases.

Watch:

“Hi everybody. So I’m making this video because I’m seeing reports all over the country of Americans responding to the coronavirus outbreak by buying up guns and ammunition,” she says in the video above.

“And I know that we are all scared and stressed out during these really uncertain times, but that is exactly why stockpiling weapons could have dire consequences for our own personal safety and those around us.”

False. Not stockpiling guns — and thus leaving one’s family unprotected from the dangerous criminals being released en masse by Democrat legislators — is what “could have dire consequences” for the American people’s safety.

“You know, the weapons that people are buying today could end up being used in households, schools, churches, bars and on our streets in the future,” Milano continues.

But isn’t that the point? As the timeless saying goes, “An armed society is a polite society.” Or put differently, “More Guns, Less Crime.”

“So we all have to look out for each other. So please, please, please share this video to help stop the coronavirus gun surge. We can’t lose any more lives to guns during this pandemic or after it’s over,” the actress’s anti-gun diatribe concludes.

Within minutes of the tweet video being posted, criticism began pouring in from all corners of the Web, including the one inhabited by outspoken conservative Hollywood actor James Woods.

Look:

There’s more where that came from.

Look (*Language warning):

And yes, it’s true that Milano admitted to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz last year that she keeps two guns in her household for self-defense.

Yet during a time of crisis when grocery stories are being emptied out, the economy is crashing and some Americans are being driven to madness, the Hollywood starlet is adamant that the American people should abstain from buying guns for themselves.

It seems like there’s no logic to her statements — that she’s basing every word that comes out of her mouth solely on her irrational emotions.

Granted, her irrational emotions are shared by a large chunk of the left-wing mainstream media:

Of course, those who actually know what it feels like to live through a cataclysmic national crisis feel otherwise.

“Guns would have served as a vital pillar to remaining a free people, or at least able to put up a fight,” Javier Vanegas, 28, a Venezuelan English teacher now exiled in Ecuador, told Fox News in a 2018 interview.

“The government security forces, at the beginning of this debacle, knew they had no real opposition to their force. Once things were this bad, it was a clear declaration of war against an unarmed population.”

Ironically, the same breed of left-wingers who’ve taken to bemoaning a surge in gun sales have in recent days taken to again accusing the president of being a dictator.

But if that’s true, then why wouldn’t they want to arm themselves? Again, it all makes no sense, likely because it’s all rooted in irrational emotions, not logic.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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