ALYSSA’S ANTICS: Milano Attacks Police…Again

With vicious police attacks on the rise, over 200 officers resigning in Seattle, and a detective hit in the head in NYC while investigating other crimes, people like Alyssa Milano are gaslighting yet again. 

Milano, a Hollywood left-wing activist, recently claimed that police exist “to uphold white supremacy” despite the fact that white people account for more fatal police shootings than any other race. The star shared her feelings in a tweet, adding that police are “empowered by laws and the courts to inject themselves into Black life for any reason.” 

260 police killings have taken place in just the first three and a half months of 2021.

Police exist to uphold white supremacy and have been empowered by laws and the courts to inject themselves into Black life for any reason, no matter how minor, even a dangling air freshener.

— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) April 15, 2021

Unfortunately, Milano is not the only one. This is just one instance of left-wing Hollywood trying to smear American police as a whole, despite their undoubted efforts to protect every American. 

And, keep in mind, these Hollywood elite have personal security teams with them at all times, often made up of former police officers or ex-military. 

Ironically enough, despite Milano’s excessive calls to “defund the police,” she was quick to call the police when she thought she had an armed intruder on her property back in September, News 18 reported.

More than eight police officers and even the fire department showed up to her Southern California home. In a statement, she accused “rightwing media and trolls” of “targeting her because [her] neighbor called the police.” Turns out, it wasn’t her neighbor, rather it was her husband. 

Indeed, police in America are facing dangerous times. Just recently, 200 police in Seattle resigned from their positions because of the intense “anti-police” climate. 

I invite each and every one of these officers to apply for a career in South Dakota. We respect the work that you do to keep people safe. We will always stand with you. We won’t “defund” you. We have your back. Thanks for having ours.

— Governor Kristi Noem (@govkristinoem) April 30, 2021

Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz said Tuesday that the department is experiencing a ‘staffing crisis’ after more than 180 police officers quit last year and another 66 officers left so far this year, according to police data. 

But, how can you blame them? 

Let’s take a look at some of the treatment police have received in the last week, as reported by Human Events News.

Veteran Delaware cop, 54, dies after being ‘repeatedly stomped on head by suspect who also assaulted elderly couple with glass angel figurine’”

New Mexico police officer gets up, fires back after shot by accused cop killer, video shows” 

Christopher Farrer Identified as Arizona Police Officer Killed After Being Hit By Stolen Car” 

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