Does Alyssa Milano not have a close friend or family member who can sit her down and tell her to stop? Because it’s pretty clear that woman needs an intervention. She’s apparently compelled to make an ass of herself on a daily basis.
Here’s another one of her patented hot takes on guns:
TOP: what arms looked like when the second amendment was written.
Magazine capacity—1 round. 3 rounds per minute.
BOTTOM: what arms looks like now.
Magazine capacity—round 30. 45 rounds per minute. pic.twitter.com/KD4paCIkGn
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) September 2, 2019
Imagine thinking that that’s supposed to be a sound logical argument for gun control.
— tgmur10 (@Tgmur) September 2, 2019
Top: The modern military weapon of the day
Bottom: Not a modern military weapon https://t.co/asAHTwVxLs
— DaveinTexas (@DaveinTexas) September 2, 2019
…and if you think that 2A was written without full consideration of perpetual advances in technology, you’re too simple-minded to even speak on the issue.
— CMB (@cmbrva) September 2, 2019
Ignoring that the entire Bill of Rights was written before technology changed (that's how the march of time works, party of science), the founders explicitly and purposefully used the term "arms" so that it would apply to future technological advances. https://t.co/LqqV0gozOO
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) September 2, 2019
Guess what else? When the first amendment was written there were no computers or cell phones or wifi or even electricity, so according to YOUR logic we have no 1st amendment rights except when speaking in public.
— Leo Daniels Ent.? (@LeoRules1) September 2, 2019
Your phone didn't exist when the fourth amendment was written. That shouldn't mean the police should be able to search it without a warrant. Constitutional rights are broadly worded by design. It's done to benefit YOU.
— pneumataster (@neontaster) September 2, 2019
Get of your phone. You can only use an old style ink pen. Also no more car. Get [email protected] and buggy out.
— Dustin Dale (@DustinDale16) September 2, 2019
What was the internet speed back then? What’s the point?
— Robert Page (@rlpage_insp) September 2, 2019
There isn’t a point. Not a good one, anyway.
I will never understand how people think this nonsense is a clever or persuasive talking point. https://t.co/T60JVSHuAh
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) September 2, 2019
Here’s where I’d add that this isn’t what free speech looked like when the first amendment was written but they want to censor the internet too. https://t.co/3cqqWw7yFa
— Matthew Dempster (@dempstermd) September 2, 2019
We’d tell Alyssa to try harder, but she might pull a muscle.
Missing all possible points is now a boutique hobby for the silly. https://t.co/kGBAoMKDTC
— Collard Green Enthusiast (@IButtload) September 2, 2019