Yesterday, this Twitchy editor wrote a piece about Alyssa Milano (we know, you’re shocked) and how she was using the death of a young black woman to push her latest gun control shrieking. She was claiming that black and indigenous women are among the most killed in domestic abuse and that the NRA doesn’t care if guns are in the hands of abusers.
It was a lot of bunk, and an easy Twitchy cover.
That being said, Dana Loesch shared the article (thank you Dana, we love you!) and Alyssa got all sorts of pissed off at us over it.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) May 21, 2018
It was a lot of ouch.
I love that the best you can do to try to defend yourself against my allegations of the gun lobby is to link to the hard hitting news source “Twitchy”.
For those looking for truth, here’s a thread for you—https://t.co/I4tDblMuhp
Also, join us! Go to https://t.co/O0yEerIzpB
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 21, 2018
We love that Dana used us to ‘defend’ herself against the insane rantings of a Hollywood has-been who insists we take her seriously about gun control.
As opposed to the 'hard-hitting' objective twitter of "NoRAN ???
Pretty sure Dana has debunked these talking points ad nauseam
— Jacki Vinson (@jackivinson) May 21, 2018
And please, we’d be more than happy to debate NoRA any day of the week on gun control or any other issue if that’s Alyssa’s ‘reliable’ source.
Go easy on her Dana. She’s just a silly actress who can’t get work anymore trying to stay relevant. Her nonsensical rambling is the only thing she can get attention for. I almost feel sorry for her…. almost…
— mike meyers (@dasmikemeyers) May 21, 2018
Ironically if she doesn’t like us covering her the last thing she should do is complain about us. She should ask Ron Perlman how his accusations about us being Russian plants went …
Alyssa Milano is the poster child for the failed educational system in America.
— Tommy DeSimone (@TommyGun2017) May 21, 2018
Or at least the failed social media system.
Alyssa's creed; When the truth does not meet your narrative, just make something up that makes you feel better.
— D. DeFrehn (@Greydoc) May 22, 2018
THAT’S pretty much what all of the gun grabbers do; they learned it from Shannon Watts.