TheBlaze has kept our dear readers informed of left-wing actress Alyssa Milano's long-waged war against President Donald Trump and conservatives in general over the last several years.
Milano, shall we say, has proven herself frequently brutal — and sometimes a bit hilarious, like the time in 2017 when she was horrified by a department store Christmas elf arrangement showing the little fellas engaged in a Nazi salute:
Just walked into a Christmas store in NY and someone arranged all the elf arms in nazi salutes. I'm sick to my stomach. 💔 #FireBannon— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa Milano)1502669288.0
Of course, when Milano tried to tie the incident to then-Trump adviser Steve Bannon, she got justifiably ripped for it.
Let's see now — what else?
- A year later she claimed a National Rifle Association member was "sent" to an #NoRA rally in Dallas to "intimidate" her;
- She was one of more than 40 left-wing celebrities to sign a 2019 letter threatening to push TV and film production out of Georgia if the state's contentious "heartbeat" abortion bill became law;
- Also in 2019, Milano got shredded for quoting the Bible to justify abortion — and later said "my life would be completely lacking all its great joys" today had she not opted for two abortions in 1993;
- Late last year, she complained it's "f***ing upsetting" that she can't let her young son listen to "inappropriate" Trump on the news;
- Milano also showed apparent support for a black pastor who equated Christians praying for Trump to those who lynched blacks;
- Fellow actress blasted Milano for claiming the Democratic Party has made "the world a better place."
After all that and more, Milano tweeted Thursday that she wants to extend an "olive branch to Trump supporters":
I’d like to extend an olive branch to Trump supporters. I am ready to move #ForwardTogether. There’s so much wo… https://t.co/FXH3UB7sFC— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa Milano)1606248888.0
"I am ready to move #ForwardTogether," she added to her tweet. "There's so much work to do to heal the nation. Let's be a part of the solution and not add to the problems we face."
How did folks react?
As you can imagine, among the commenters on Milano's tweet were those who agreed with her but didn't believe it would work, hardcore leftists who wanted no part of reconciliation — and Trump backers who blasted her words:
- "You condescendingly see people as victims who need saving," TheBlaze's Tarah Price replied. "We see people as capable of fighting their own battles when the government gets out of the way."
- "You can't s**t on people for 4 years then suddenly reach across the aisle when you think you've won something," author and comedian Tim Young wrote back. "You deserve the same amount of crazy and hate you've contributed to the world."
- "With all due respect, you're a petulant, hypocritical, self-important twit," professor and evolutionary behavioral scientist Gad Saad replied. "You were hysterical with hate for four years but now you are 'magnanimous'? Move along."
- "It's amazing and so f***ing condescending how much Dems want to kiss and make up when they're winning," another commenter noted. "I'm guessing if the courts overturn this election, you'll be leading the march with pitch forks and fire."