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Alyssa Milano lashes out at men in ‘destroy your privilege’ rant

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Thousands of pro-abortion activists took to the streets on Saturday in protest of the new Texas law that seeks to protect the rights of the unborn, a law that has enraged the political left which badly wants to shift attention away from President Joe Biden’s mounting failures to a trusty emotional issue that will galvanize the Democrat base before next year’s critical midterm elections.

Leftists turned out in multiple cities including Washington D.C. where they marched on the Supreme Court building and at a rally in Los Angeles where actress Alyssa Milano delivered a fiery speech to an angry mob that she riled up with denouncements of Republican governors Greg Abbott of Texas and Florida’s Ron DeSantis, perhaps the most hated man in Democrat circles outside of former President Donald J. Trump.

Milano, who has managed to stay relevant in the political realm with the sun setting on her acting career and who is no stranger to hyperbole, claimed that “this is the most dangerous time in America to be a woman,” a statement that has little basis in reality but adds fuel to the fire for one of the perpetually aggrieved demographics that Democrats badly need to keep pushing their buttons to stay in power.

In the speech which Milano posted to Twitter, she remarked “Brett Kavanaugh has no business anywhere near my reproductive rights,” honing in on one of the far left’s biggest bogeymen.

WARNING: PROFANITY

Milano told the crowd, “I’m so tired of having to continually prove that my body is my own. I’m tired of needing to insist on having a say in my own reproductive health,”

The actress claimed, “Women are under attack, almost entirely by men,” she said. “I can’t believe how a handful of men are successfully taking 50 years of rights away from women and how our Supreme Court, packed with abusers, is just gonna sit by and let it all happen.”

She also mixed in a generous helping of profanity.

“I cannot believe how f**ked up America is right now,” she proclaimed. “I can’t believe how a handful of men are successfully taking 50 years of rights away from women, and how a Supreme Court packed with abusers is just going to sit by and let it all f**king happen.”

Milano is really hot and bothered over the Texas law and recently drew mockery over her Twitter message that a woman is prohibited from owning more than six sex toys, which she referred to as “dildos,” in the Lone Star State.

She also posted a video as a “friendly reminder” about the “dildos” to Twitter.

Milano, who starred in the 80s sitcom “Who’s The Boss?” and who played a witch on the series “Charmed,” showed off her dramatic flair when in 2018, as a protest to Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, posted a message with a creepy theme from the dystopian Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a paranoid vision that has traumatized activists who have adopted the costumes of female characters, often showing up in them at rallies.

She also showed that she is a blatantly partisan Democrat with her white-knighting for Biden and his catastrophic foreign policy blunder in Afghanistan despite his turning control over to the Taliban who aren’t exactly renowned for recognizing women’s rights.

One thing is for certain and that is Milano will continue to play her role as the squeaky wheel for as long as it serves the agenda of the fully radicalized Democratic Party.

Chris Donaldson

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