Elon Musk and Alyssa Milano Are Putting on Quite a Show at Twitter

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For those of us who need some more on the story of Elon Musk versus Alyssa Milano, take a look at this recent interaction.

“I’m not sure how advertisers can buy space on Twitter,” Milano said. “Publicly traded company’s [sic] products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t seem to be a winning business model.”

You remember the “woke” actress recently made the virtue signal move of returning her Tesla and buying a Volkswagen electric vehicle instead. She did this so that she could “champion” free speech by abandoning any connection with Twitter.

Nobody should mention that she dissed Musk by getting a car from a company that had been founded by opponents of free speech, the Nazis. Maybe she just didn’t know that Volkswagen used concentration camp labor to help build their cars. The Volkswagen plant under the Nazis contained four concentration camps and eight forced-labor camps. The company was later taken over by others after the war, but it still has that history.

Can you imagine that she accused Musk of leading a “white supremacist company and traded vehicles for a company that was literally started by Nazi white supremacists!?!

Oh the irony of the progressive left, Milano probably thought the VW stood for something like “very woke.”

And she must have forgotten how much she used to admire Musk for promoting electric vehicles. One person posted on Twitter, “Before it became trendy to hate Elon Musk, Alyssa Milano was his greatest fan. Why are people like this?”

Musk responded to that quote, “Good Question.” And then he followed that post with, “Seems like NPC to PC ratio is super high!”

His reference to NPC meant “Non-player character,” and meant that they can’t think for themselves and just go along with whatever the latest trend is.

Milano is a good example of someone who goes along with whatever the latest “woke” thing is. Actor James Woods noted that she needed some history lessons and that she hadn’t really assimilated any science lessons.

Woods posted this, “The person wearing this crocheted toilet seat cover on her face needs a few history lessons. The science lessons would clearly be a waste of time.”

And what does it really mean that Milano “gave back” her Tesla? If it means that she traded it in on a new Volkswagen, Teslas still got their money and it won’t have any impact at all on the company.

No one can deny that Musk has brought a whole lot of fun back to Twitter. CBS ran away and then came back within a matter of days with their tails between their liberal legs.

Never Trumper George Conway, Kellyanne’s husband, made a big pronouncement about leaving, but he still posts on the site. Musk made the statement that some “just can’t quit him.”

Milano, Conway, and CBS…they are all still using the platform that they publicly rebuke. What? Haven’t they left and made their way to Mastodon?

The simplest answer to that question is that these people need Musk and Twitter far more than he needs them. Musk would not be impacted by Milano leaving the platform, but she would lose her massive liberal following from the social media site. She just doesn’t want to give that up.

One last thing about Milano, on one of the posts ranting about Elon Musk, she is wearing a crocheted mask. Really? That would not stop any virus from being shared. That is the most “for show” COVID move that has ever been made!

Stay tuned for more hilarious episodes of “Liberal Meltdowns Over Musk and Twitter.” It’s more popular now than ever!