When Donald Trump stunned the Hollywood Left by denying Hillary Clinton a White House win in 2016, he triggered a tsunami of celebrity bile. For the next four years and after, Hollywood elitists vented their online rage at Trump, at the 63 million Americans who voted for him in 2016, and the 74 million who voted for him in 2020, smearing them as “white supremacists,” “deplorables,” and “domestic terrorists.”
Given the media power of these unhinged celebrities, an antidote exists in reprising some of the vile opinions of the 20 worst of these hatemongers, and including them in one foul list. Read Part I, the bottom five celebrities on the list, HERE. Below is the second set of five celebrities on the list, with the remaining to follow in two more future posts.
Tier 3: #15-11
15. Alyssa Milano
“The red MAGA hat is the new white hood.”
Alyssa Milano, 49, has gone from child star in Who’s the Boss? to TV roles in Melrose Place and Charmed, to tireless activism on issues such as AIDS, health care, gun violence, abortion, and of course, the #MeToo movement, which she helped launch. A supporter of Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden, Milano revealed in 2019 that she had had two abortions when she was young, and she didn’t regret them because otherwise “I would not have my career.”
She campaigned against the Supreme Court confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, dressing up as an oppressed Handmaid’s Tale character and urging her followers to “bang down” their senators’ doors in protest. She warned that Kavanaugh would “affect everything we know to be true as American citizens.” Later she told CNN she was “filled with rage” that conservatives like Trump and Kavanaugh were “institutionalizing sexual abuse.” (Perhaps she confused them with the gender-fluidity crowd in America’s K-12 school administrations.)