“Charmed” actress and outspoken Trump critic Alyssa Milano (pictured above left) is helping to drive voters to the polls for the midterms.
In a Tuesday morning tweet, she offered to give rides to people voting in California Districts 25, 39, 45, 48, 49, and 50.
“I will be taking a road trip today and hitting six CA districts to drive people to the polls. CA — 50, 49, 45, 48, 39, 25! I hope to see you today. I’m ready. Let’s do this, America,” she tweeted.
I will be taking a road trip today and hitting six CA districts to drive people to the polls.
CA – 50, 49, 45, 48, 39, 25!
I hope to see you today.
I’m ready. Let’s do this, America.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 6, 2018
Milano has been especially political under Donald Trump’s presidency.
The 45-year-old actress was one of the most vocal critics of now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
She was even invited — and showed up — to the hearings for Kavanaugh that were focused on the allegations of sexual misconduct against him. An FBI investigation found no corroboration of the claims made by Kavanaugh’s accusers.
Milano was such a distraction at the hearings that even the leftist “Saturday Night Live” poked fun at her in a cold open that starred liberal actor Matt Damon (“Good Will Hunting,” “Suburbicon”) as Kavanaugh.
Milano seems to have found a niche when it comes to her political activism, as she also offered rides to voters last year during Georgia’s special congressional election.
She was trying to get John Ossoff elected — but was unsuccessful.
Other bits of political activism include Milano’s warning that anti-Trumpers would “take to the streets” if the president fired Robert Mueller.
In yet another example of her ridiculous activism, Milano urged people to skip trick or treating on Halloween and instead said it would be more fun to go door-to-door asking for political donations — presumably to the Democrat Party, the group that seems to have Milano’s unquestioning support.
“On my way to a #TrickorVote party!! Not doing anything for #Halloween? Have a #TrickorVote party! You can door knock, phone bank, and raise funds for your favorite candidates throughout the country,” she tweeted.
Why Milano still gets involved with politics is a mystery. This has completely overshadowed her acting career and she’s been schooled multiple times online by conservatives.
Beyond her work on the classic series “Charmed,” Milano is known for starring in such television shows as “My Name Is Earl,” “Melrose Place,” “Mistresses,” and “Who’s the Boss?”
She currently stars on the Netflix series “Insatiable.”
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