Alyssa Milano

FBI agent Peter Strzok infamously promised his paramour he would not let Donald Trump win the presidency.

“We’ll stop it,” he promised, before the 2016 election.

Strzok was investigated and fired, and now both a federal prosecutor and the director of the FBI are looking into whether there should be additional charges related to that episode.

The “stop Trump” agenda has included Hollywood figures, and now actress Alyssa Milano says she will not let Trump win in 2020.

The activist, who has worked on behalf of sex strikes, AIDS, PETA, dogs and more, said recently on Twitter: “My plan for 2020 involves raising money for grassroots organizations in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. These are the states we lost by 77k votes in 2016. I will not allow that to happen again.”

She included a link asking others to fund her plan.

Milano, who has had roles in “Who’s the Boss?” “Melrose Place” and “Charmed,” has been in show business since she was 7, getting her start with a tour of “Annie.”

The Hollywood Reporter said the groups that Milano intends to benefit are Detroit Action, Michigan Liberation, Mothering Justice Action Fund, 215 People’s Alliance, Pennsylvania Stands Up, Pennsylvania Student Power Network, Black Leaders Organizing Communities, Leaders Igniting Transformation Action Fund and Voces de la Frontera Action.”

Milano claimed, “These organizations empower youth, immigrants, women, people of color and communities facing the worst of Republicans’ horrible policies.”

And she added another pitch to fund her campaign.

Twitchy said: “This is how you win? Are you familiar with Alyssa Milano’s record? Donald Trump should probably just get it over with and send her the thank-you card and chocolates right now.”

In December, talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh explained what’s behind some of the major political developments of the past two years, including the Mueller investigation, the opposition to President Trump’s judicial nominees and the open-borders effort.

It’s simply that the Democrats have been dedicated since Trump’s election to stop him and his agenda, Limbaugh said.

“It has basically been a Deep State plot to prevent Donald Trump from being Donald Trump, to prevent Donald Trump from having any kind of success with his agenda at all, with the added bonus being that along the way they can create the idea that Trump stole something like an election or is a thug-criminal and bad guy,” he said.

WND columnist Michael Brown said Milano’s arguments aren’t always reliable.

“Actress Alyssa Milano has now marshaled the Bible and science to support her pro-abortion position. Unfortunately, she is wrong on both accounts. The Bible and science, rightly understood, are totally pro-life,” he wrote recently.

Tweeting on April 1, Milano said: “I love God. I believe in God.

“But I don’t believe my personal beliefs of which we can’t confirm should override scientific facts and what we can confirm.

“‘If I have told you earthly things and you do not believe, how can you believe if I tell you heavenly things?’ John 3:12”

Brown wrote: “As for Milano’s love for God and belief in God, that is between her and God. At least she is not denying His existence. That’s a step in the right direction.

“As for her quoting the Bible, the words are taken out of context and, in reality, work against her – though I’m glad that she feels that quoting the Bible is important. We agree!”

He said: “It’s just that she could not have chosen two worse witnesses to defend the ‘right’ of abortion. To repeat: both the Bible and science, rightly understood, are pro-life.”

Brown noted the Bible references the unborn their humanity.

“Does science teach that the baby in the womb is simply a clump of cells or a mass of tissue?” he asked. “Does it teach that the unborn child is not human until it leaves the womb? That it does not have a beating heart? That it does not have unique DNA? That it cannot feel pain (at a certain point of development)? That it can be tossed aside for any and every reason?

“What ‘scientific facts’ support abortion? Can anyone name one?”


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