When Alyssa Milano isn’t writing CNN opinion pieces about the dangers of 3-D-printed guns, she enjoys reading the classics:
It's Harry Potter's birthday…and Muggles are joining Dumbledore's Army to fight back against Trump and the Dark Arts: https://t.co/FEAR9nqYfs
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) July 31, 2018
Where to begin?
— Benjamin (@SeeBenWrite) July 31, 2018
So much cringe packed into one tweet.
— Right❌Wing❌Death❌Straws (@raguthegoat4) July 31, 2018
You need a hobby.
— neontaster 🐉🎲🐺 (@neontaster) July 31, 2018
She’s already got one: Not-so-useful idiot.
Read another book, please.
— William (@LastWordWilliam) July 31, 2018
Read. Another. Book. https://t.co/Jd76Yo6mxX
— Ben Smith (@BenSmithDC) July 31, 2018
— Pradheep J. Shanker, M.D., M.S. (@Neoavatara) July 31, 2018
To be fair, it’s not entirely clear she read “Harry Potter,” either. If she had, she’d know this:
Actually, Muggles would have been useless to Dumbledore's Army because they were unable to use the weapons it trained with. Which makes this a perfect analogy, I guess. https://t.co/i7FOnuOrnv
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) July 31, 2018
GP Probably ought to get a petition together that says any governmental entity should ignore any group of people calling itself Dumbledore's Army as they are clearly unable to distinguish reality from fantasy. https://t.co/laIMU28jKz
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) July 31, 2018
We’d sign the hell out of that.