Fmr co-stars Rose McGowan, Alyssa Milano explode in ugly public mudfight: ‘Get off my coattails you f—ing fraud’

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Hollywood actress Rose McGowan, who’s known as the only legitimate member of the #MeToo movement given her lone willingness to call out Joe Biden, has had it with the “frauds” and “monsters” in the Democrat Party, including chief fraudster Alyssa Milano.

After the conclusion of the Democrat National Convention on Thursday, the actress went on a ruthless Twitter tear against the party and its chosen 2020 nominee.

Look:

She had a point. Democrat Party policies have wrecked whole cities, destroyed numerous jobs and made life a living hell for countless Americans.

But don’t anybody try to tell that to “super-sciency” Hollywood actress Alyssa Milano, a proud hypocrite who loves to shut her ears to the truth.

Responding to McGowan’s points, she published a thread “of all the things the Democratic Party has done to make the world a better place.”

Look at the first tweet of the lengthy thread below:

This annoyed McGowan, who replied by pointing out that the 19th Amendment only applied to white women, by highlighting Milano’s shady past behavior, and by bluntly telling her to “get off my coattails you f–king fraud.”

Ouch.

Look:

Tara Reade, the woman who was summarily dismissed by Alyssa “I Believe Survivors, But Only When It’s Politically Convenient” Milano after she accused Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her, also clapped back.

Look:

Both McGowan and Reade did miss one key counter-point, though. The 19th Amendment that Milano touted as a Democrat achievement was signed into law because of Republican congressmen, and in spite of opposition from Democrats.

“In 1918, Congress experienced a major party change. Democrat President Woodrow Wilson, ‘Kaiser Wilson’ as the women’s movement called him because of his anti-19th Amendment position, broke a campaign promise,” TheBlaze reports.

“Wilson pledged to keep America out of World War I. He changed his position and entered America in WWI. Americans were outraged and overwhelmingly voted for Republicans in the 1918 midterms. Republicans now had control of the U.S. House and Senate.”

With that control, Republicans were finally able to push the 19th Amendment through Congress.

“When the House passed the [amendment] by the required 2/3 supermajority on May 21, 1919, the vote was 102 Democrats in favor and 70 opposed (59.3% support), with 200 Republicans in favor and 19 opposed (91.3% support),” the liberal feminist magazine Ms. notes.

“In the Senate, on June 4, 1919, it was 20 Democrats in favor and 17 opposed (54% support), with 36 Republicans in favor and 8 against (81.8% support) that provided the 2/3 required here as well.”

Wilson subsequently signed the bill into law because of pressure from Republicans:

These are the actual facts, and as usual, Milano knows nothing about them.

The only thing she knows for certain is that she’s a disabled, transgender, gay immigrant of color:

 

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