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Alyssa Milano Loses It In Twitter MELT DOWN: I Am Disabled, Trans, & An Immigrant

Trump derangement to the MAX!

John Salvatore

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If there is one person in Hollywood who suffers from Trump derangement syndrome possibly more than anyone else, it’s Alyssa Milano.

She even went as far as to be present during the Kavanaugh hearings. Remember that?

Check out her latest rant…

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Liberal actress Alyssa Milano called herself “a gay man” along with several other non-white, non-female categories in an odd tweet Friday evening.

First, Alyssa sent a tweet celebrating biological men on National Women’s Day:

A man responded:

Enter the Milano melt down:

Hmm. That’s weird, considering Milano is none of those things.

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A-list actor Chris Pratt constantly talks about deep faith in Christ and his relationship with the Lord.

He’s also an avid hunter and pro-American patriot who calls out faux liberal outrage when he sees it, just like the rest of us.

If Pratt is liberal then President Trump is humble.

Neither is true.

He can’t admit it for obvious reasons, but Chris Pratt is certainly conservative (or at the absolute least, right-leaning).

That reason alone is exactly why TV Guide believes Chris is “problematic” to viewers.

No joke.

From Daily Wire:

One of the few Hollywood stars that conservatives feel actually sees the world from a similar point of view is “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt, who is willing to openly criticize aspects of liberal culture and proclaim his faith in God, while managing to never come off as self-righteous or self-serving. So, perhaps it’s no surprise that TV Guide would feel compelled to write a hit-piece on Pratt warning its readers about his “problematic life offscreen” that is sure to offend their (presumably left-wing) sensibilities, including that he once mocked “outrage culture.”

The un-Christmas-spirited piece begins by describing Pratt’s transformation from likable TV personality to “Hollywood’s golden boy” with his roles in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Jurassic World.” But by the end of the second paragraph, TV Guide’s Kaitlyn Thomas introduces the true theme of the piece: not praising Pratt, but portraying him as a “problematic” (right-leaning) icon. Pratt, Thomas writes, “remains the most complicated and divisive of the Chrises.”

“When you take a deeper look at Pratt the man and not necessarily Pratt the actor, some of the shine wears off,” writes Thomas. “Although he can be as funny offscreen as he is on — his recurring ‘What’s My Snack’ videos on Instagram are almost always delightful — it’s impossible to ignore some problematic aspects of his life offscreen.”

Read between the lines. Pratt’s “problems” are that he’s a Christian hunter who doesn’t side with his liberal peers politically.

And for that, Pratt deserves to be shamed. Period.

There’s no other way to interpret the article by TV Guide.

Are conservatives asking for too much when they say social media outlets should be consistent?

If you silence a conservative for saying something silly, shouldn’t the same treatment be extended to a liberal?

Wishful thinking, I suppose.

 

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POTUS Hammers Media After Collusion Conspiracy Collapses

The “infotainment” industry is in for a rude awakening this week.

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There Mueller investigation is over, thankfully, and some of this great national stress has been lifted from our society. For nearly two years, the American people were being essentially held hostage by Robert Mueller and those who were actively working to prop up his investigation.  Some of these actors were clandestine; lurking in the shadows of the DC swamp in order to subvert the will of the electorate from 2016. Others, however, were piped directly into our homes via the sensationalists of the mainstream media, and their “infotainment” directives. Remember, there is nothing that the media does better than elicit an emotional response from We The People in order to coerce you into watching commercials.  Otherwise, they wouldn’t be able to pay the salaries of talking heads like Anderson Cooper or Rachel Maddow. So, of course, the “Russian collusion” angle was all over the corporate “news”, pushing the idea that the President of The United States was a Russian spy of some sort. Now, the President is pushing back.  “The Mainstream Media is under fire and being scorned all over the World as being corrupt and FAKE. For two years they pushed the Russian Collusion Delusion when they always knew there was No Collusion. They truly are the Enemy of the People and the Real Opposition Party!” Trump tweeted Tuesday. The President wasn’t the only one hammering the infotainment industry either: The Republican National Committee has churned out stats and highlights of the heavy media coverage surrounding the probe — by their count, this included nearly 1,200 stories in The New York Times. The Trump campaign on Monday also issued a memo to “Television Producers” challenging the “credibility” of prominent Democrats, including House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who have been on air discussing the Russia case. If nothing else,…

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Major Greenland Glacier Growing Again After Previous Shrinking

Isn’t it amusing that everything they see that goes against their narrative is proof that… their narrative is still right?

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A key glacier in Greenland is growing again after shrinking for several years, according to NASA. “The Jakobshavn (YA-cob-shawv-en) glacier around 2012 was retreating about 1.8 miles (3 kilometers) and thinning nearly 130 feet (almost 40 meters) annually,” the Associated Press reported. “But it started growing again at about the same rate in the past two years, according to a study in Monday’s Nature Geoscience. Study authors and outside scientists think this is temporary.” “That was kind of a surprise. We kind of got used to a runaway system,” said Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland ice and climate scientist Jason Box, the AP noted. “The good news is that it’s a reminder that it’s not necessarily going that fast. But it is going.” Box added, “arguably the most important Greenland glacier because it discharges the most ice in the northern hemisphere. For all of Greenland, it is king.” Scientists say that the cooling in the North Atlantic waters caused the glacier to begin growing again. “The water in Disko Bay, where Jakobshavn hits the ocean, is about 3.6 degrees cooler (2 degrees Celsius) than a few years ago, study authors said,” the AP added. Naturally, all these scientists rushed to note that this “may” only be temporary, and that global warming will “likely” resume soon. University of Washington ice scientist Ian Joughin insisted that global warming will resume soon enough, adding, “to a large extent, a temporary blip. Downturns do occur in the stock market, but overall the long-term trajectory is up. This is really the same thing.” Of course. In generations past people assumed that a drought was proof the gods didn’t like them. Now the same sort of people are bowing at the feet of the gods of global warming. The truth is, they haven’t a clue…

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