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Abortion Fanatic Milano Stands Up for Death Row Inmates, Favors Lives of Murderers over Babies

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Those on the left love to paint themselves as supporters of the “little guy.” But as we all know, there is such a thing as being too little for pro-abortion fanatics to stand up for you.

Leftist actress Alyssa Milano put that fanaticism on full display Thursday when she championed the rights of death row inmates over those of unborn children.

It all started with Milano voicing support for California Sen. Kamala Harris’ latest tyrannical drivel on Twitter.

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Harris’ gun control threats are both unconstitutional and ineffective, but those facts flew right over Milano’s head. One Twitter user jumped in to point out that the actress talks out of both sides of her mouth when it comes to murdering children.

Milano didn’t take kindly to the criticism and decried the reinstatement of the federal death penalty by resorting to the tired pro-abortion claim that the death penalty is equivalent to killing babies.

“Your administration just reinstated the death penalty and scheduled 5 executions of *actual* people. You’ve lost the right to pull your, ‘pro-life’ narrative-talking-point-bulls— with me.” Astonishing.

Regardless of how you feel about capital punishment, this is a backwards take. Milano either doesn’t understand the pro-life cause or is deliberately misrepresenting it, and both seem equally likely.

She can’t seem to realize that her point falls on deaf ears when she is also advocating for death. If she stood for the rights of the unborn and then opposed the death penalty, we may be able to talk.

Until then, her attack simply doesn’t make any sense.

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So now, Alyssa Milano is the white knight for the vilest of criminals and the angel of death for the most innocent among us. Here’s a quick rundown of the five men that Milano just jumped in front of the bullet for, as reported by The New York Times.

Do you think supporting capital punishment and opposing abortion is hypocritical?

Daniel Lee suffocated an Arkansas family of three in a plot to form a white supremacist state. He duct-taped plastic bags over their heads and threw them in a bayou.

Lezmond Mitchell was hitchhiking in Arizona before he killed the elderly woman that picked him up. He then forced a nine-year-old girl to ride next to her grandmother’s lifeless body for 40 miles before murdering her, as well.

Wesley Purkey bludgeoned an 80-year-old polio victim with a hammer just months before raping and dismembering a 16-year-old girl.

Alfred Bourgeois repeatedly tortured, molested, and beat his 2-year-old daughter before smashing her head into a truck dashboard four times.

Dustin Honken was the kingpin of a meth conspiracy in Iowa. He murdered two men that were set to testify against him, as well as one’s girlfriend and her two daughters. The girls were six and ten years old, respectively.

Innocent people deserve to live. Whether these monsters do or do not is a point of debate within conservative and liberal circles alike.

If Alyssa Milano wants to make a case against the death penalty, she is more than welcome to do so. But advocating for the death of perfectly innocent unborn children and preserving the lives of child-killers is disturbing, to say the least.

But it might just be ideologically consistent.

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Cade graduated Lyon College with a BA in Political Science in 2019, and has since acted as an assignment editor with The Western Journal. He is a Christian first, conservative second.
Cade graduated Lyon College with a BA in Political Science in 2019, and has since acted as an assignment editor with The Western Journal. He is a Christian first, conservative second.
Birthplace
Arkansas
Nationality
American
Education
BA Political Science, Lyon College (2019)




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