Nothing says sane, rational, and thoughtful like wanting to put a bunch of people out of work in a state you don’t even live in because you don’t like who won an election there. We’re not entirely sure why Alyssa Milano thought it was wise to complain about people actually having jobs in the entertainment industry in Georgia but here we are …
There are over 20 productions shooting in Georgia.
Is the entertainment industry willing to support the economy of a totally corrupt state that suppresses democracy; where the winner isn’t the best choice for the people but the best schemer or crook?
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 17, 2018
So basically Alyssa wants to punish Georgians over an election that Democrats lost.
— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) November 18, 2018
Fair point. She supported taxes that drove the entertainment industry to look elsewhere for productions and now she wants to somehow shame them because the state they’re in voted for Republicans.
She’s a real sweetheart.
This is a direct threat to democracy….. https://t.co/kEVlJxASXm
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 18, 2018
I feel strongly that the only people who get punished in this scenario are people who could use the work.
— Evan Grant (@Evan_P_Grant) November 17, 2018
But yeah, THAT’LL show those silly Georgians who’s the boss.
Pls don’t punish the 1000s of actors and crew members who continue to fight the good fight here. Growing the ent ind in GA will bring even more prog voices to the south. Let’s encourage more ent growth here – it’s probably the one thing Kemp and his cronies are most afraid of
— Sarah Hudson (@sarah_m_hudson) November 17, 2018
Yeah. Let’s punish all the people working on those shows and everyone that’s making money in ancillary functions. Be careful not to get drunk with Twitter power
— Doug Prochilo (@DougProchilo) November 18, 2018
Drunk on Twitter power … MWAHAHAHAHA.
So, now you are calling for the people of Georgia to have their choice taken away because you don’t agree with it? This is what fascists do. They control how you vote and who is placed in power.
— Elizabeth Darcy (@Elizabe58290273) November 18, 2018
Someone that lives in California accusing another state of being corrupt. Classic. pic.twitter.com/sHNHBQMXz0
— Todd Lee (@tlee30) November 18, 2018
This position is either not thought out or downright cruel. Most of us are not famous but thousands are thriving in your industry in GA. AND we are working to make it a better, more inclusive place for all. You would uproot our families and remove our networks from under us?
— Bethany Anne Lind (@LindBethanyAnne) November 17, 2018
Yes, yes she would because you all didn’t vote like she wanted you to.
What an awful thing to tweet, right?
And not a single one of those productions involves Alyssa Milano..
and guess what… movies will continue to film in GA and you can’t do a thing about it!
Oh- and Abrams lost!
— Col. Ben Bannister (@ColBannister) November 18, 2018
What about supporting the hard working people of GA? The actors, the crew, the local businesses that all make a living from the film industry here? You shot a series in ATL. Think about it.
— Thom Boleyn (@ThomBoleyn) November 17, 2018
And it will only continue to grow, because the majority of us are tired of an industry that supresses the voices of conservatives and promotes only its own liberal agenda. I suppose you won’t be taking any jobs in our peach state. ?
— Ashley Bratcher (@_AshleyBratcher) November 17, 2018