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Alyssa Milano BUSTED During Kavanaugh Hearing–Here’s Why

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For some reason, Senator Dianne Feinstein thought she could get herself some brownie points with Twitter SJWs by inviting their queen bee, actress-turned-leftist-keyboard-warrior Alyssa Milano to the highly-publicized Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday.

Thursday was, of course, the day of Dr. Christine Ford’s long-awaited testimony that SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her at an unspecified place at an unspecified time in what she believes was 1982.

Milano, who has been a strong supporter of Dr. Ford’s, also by some incredible coincidence has been very loudly opposed to Kavanaugh since Trump first announced his name in July.

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Imagine that.

So, being so incredibly intimate to the Kavanaugh issue, naturally, she was also seated in the hearing room just behind Kavanaugh so that the cameras could see her throughout the entire proceedings.

Being on camera was apparently unsatisfactory for Milano, however, as she could be seen frequently taking pictures with her phone.

There was only one problem–this is against committee rules, which state that only voice recorders and laptops were allowed, that only credentialed photographers could take pictures, and that cell phones were strictly prohibited for anyone other than authorized staff.

Oooops.

After a while, it must have certainly been hard not to miss her unauthorized documentation of the hearings, because a guard was forced to walk over to her and ask her to stop.

She does not look pleased.

Sorry, Alyssa, you might be the queen of Twitter leftists, but you get no special treatment in DC.

 

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According to TMZ, President Trump is Now Homophobic

Maybe TMZ should stick to covering which sports star is bedding which Kardashian this week, and leave the politics to the professionals.

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