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Alyssa Milano Says If You Claim To Be Pro-Life And Support The Death Penalty, You Need To Zip It

This woman is woefully ignorant.

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There are a lot of annoying, ignorant leftists in Hollywood who constantly weigh in on political matters that they seem to either be woefully uninformed about or are just plain evil in their thinking.

What actress Alyssa Milano said about pro-lifers who support the death penalty falls into both categories and only serves to make those of us who actually know what we’re talking about long for the days when the social media mute button comes to the real world.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire:

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On Thursday night, actress and abortion champion Alyssa Milano, responding to the announcement that Attorney General William Barr had directed the Federal Bureau of Prisons to clear the way for the federal government to execute five inmates who are all convicted child murderers, snapped at one pro-life advocate, “You’ve lost the right to pull your, ‘pro-life’ narrative-talking-point-bullshit with me.”

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Milano’s remark followed Sen. Kamala Harris cavalierly disregarding the Second Amendment on Thursday, tweeting, “As president, I will give Congress 100 days to get their act together and pass reasonable gun safety laws. If they don’t, I will take executive action. Thoughts and prayers are not enough. We need action.”

Milano responded, “No more complacency. This is what Obama should have done after Sandy Hook when 20 children and 6 adults were murdered violently. Thank you, @KamalaHarris. Thank you.”

One Twitter user responded to Milano by noting that Milano was ignoring the fact that she herself was a fan of an organization that routinely murders hundreds of thousands of babies each year, writing, “Murdered like ya PLANNED PARENTHOOD? Murdered like THAT? Is that what you mean?”

This is the tweet that seemed to set Milano off on her inconsistent ramble about how pro-lifers are hypocrites if they stand for the death penalty too, completely missing the point that if you value justice — restitution for crimes committed — and human life, you recognize the death penalty is the only just punishment.

Conservative pundit Allie Beth Stuckey took Milano to school, teaching her a valuable lesson in rational thinking and logic, two things that Milano and many of her fellow Hollywood ilk seem to lack.

Boom.

Talk about a mic drop. That pretty much destroys Milano’s thinking from top to bottom.

It’s tragic that, in America, the land of the free, the most vulnerable group of citizens we have — the unborn — are having their most basic rights stripped away from them by the thousands, and the very same people who are supposed to be protecting those rights are fighting to ensure they are violated.

Let’s pray for change in this country.

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Liberal PAC Takes Aim at Fox News with Unforgivable Comparisons

This supercharged hyperbole is continuing to drive our nation apart.

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There is no denying that the American media landscape is rife with hyperbole at this point.  In fact, it’s hard to witness even a few moments of cable “news” without being completely showered in unbelievable comparisons and outright vitriol in 2021, and this ever-angsty ethos has now found its way out of the newsroom and into politics proper. The latest symptom of this unkempt rage comes to us from a Democratic political action committee who have decided to take aim at Fox News. A recent video by the progressive MeidasTouch PAC calls on viewers to reject the GOP while comparing Republican leaders and Fox News figures to militant preachers and radical clerics, accusing them of fueling “the biggest terror threats.” The fresh 80-second clip, published Sunday, was released in a tweet marking a decade from the killing of the late notorious terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. “Today, the biggest terror threats we face are homegrown, being fueled by GOP leaders and their propaganda networks,” the tweet reads, before calling on “all patriotic Americans” to resign from the GOP. And it gets worse: While flashing images of war and terrorists, the video begins by stating that, “In every country torn by strife, violence, and hardship, men and women are drawn to extremist leaders, promising to take on the enemies of their people.” The video then displays a Confederate flag, Branch Davidian leader David Koresh and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. “In America, some of our lost souls respond in a similar way to the call of influential voices,” the clip continues. The video then flashes images featuring Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson, Jeanine Pirro, and Sean Hannity, as well as Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera. “But instead of militant preachers or radical clerics, every single night in America they can listen…

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Joe Rogan Caves to Mainstream Media Over Vaccine Statement

Did the oligarchy just bludgeon free speech at Joe Rogan’s expense?

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Joe Rogan is a bit of an anomaly within the media realm, having recreated the way in which many of us consume informative content. Instead of packaging his brand of interview show into a 22-minute or 46-minute standardized slot, Rogan decided to allow for long form, freestyle content, with some episodes pushing well past the three hour mark with even a single guest.  This was largely seen as a refreshing boost to the very idea of free speech as it allowed for explanations of positions that would never have been possible within the mainstream media’s allowed portion-size. But when Rogan finally took a deal to bring his massively popular show to Spotify, there were concerns that the program may lose a bit of its freedom, or that it might be subject to peer pressure from the world at large. Those fears may have come true this week. Joe Rogan retracted his comments on Thursday after receiving backlash online for suggesting young, healthy people shouldn’t worry about getting the COVID-19 vaccination. “I am not an anti-vax person,” Rogan said on his popular Spotify podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience.” “In fact, I said I believe they are safe and I encourage many people to take them. I just said if you’re a young healthy person, you don’t need it. Their argument was you need it for other people. But that’s a different conversation. And yes, that makes sense,” he continued. The host continued… Rogan, 53, clarified, “I am not a doctor. I am a f***ing moron. I am a cage-fighting commentator… I am not a respected source of information even for me. But I at least try to be honest about what I am saying.” Vaccine hesitancy has been a bit of an obstacle in our nation’s reopening plan, and some lawmakers are…

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