Actress Alyssa Milano is attempting to avoid her inevitable fade into obscurity by making herself into a liberal activist, hoping beyond hope her desperate pleas for attention will garner the eyes of a nation comprised of a vast majority of citizens who don’t even know who she is.

Her latest ploy to get in the spotlight involves her attendance of SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, where she sought to make a “powerful statement” by brining a truly asinine protest sign.

Here’s a shot of Milano’s “I BELIEVE SURVIVORS NO ON KAVANAUGH” sign via Getty Images:

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Adding to the “circus” feeling of the Kavanaugh confirmation process, Milano was invited to the hearing by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee who sat on the allegations by Ford for weeks before submitting them in the eleventh hour of the proceedings to the FBI. (For that delay, Feinstein came under heavy fire from Republicans Thursday.)

As the Daily Wire’s Paul Bois noted, Milano led a group of anti-Kavanaugh activists around the Capitol on Wednesday, pounding on doors and shouting, “Open the door, hear the stories!” and “No more silence. No more. Never again!”

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This woman truly needs to give it up. No one cares about her career going swirly down the toilet bowl. No one cares about her opinions on social issues either, other than rabid, insane left-wingers.

Hopefully one day she’ll get the hint.

Source: Daily Wire

 

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