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Liberal Actress Blasphemes #Harvey National Prayer Day As ‘National A**hole Day’

Hollywood needs to be put out of business. If this summer is indicative, it just might be happening…

Liberals are truly miserable people…  She has a total lack of respect for the victims of Harvey and if she thought her career was going nowhere before she opened her mouth well now it’s just completely over.

TGP: How poisoned are the minds of liberals these days over President Donald Trump? A National Day of Prayer for victims of Hurricane Harvey declared by the president was blasphemed by actress and liberal activist Alyssa Milano as “National Asshole Day” because: Trump.

Liberal Actress Blasphemes #Harvey National Prayer Day As ‘National A**hole Day’

Milano, who played a witch in the TV series Charmed, took to Twitter late Sunday night to expose her inner demons:

Milano retweeted with comment a tweet by President Trump Saturday night reminding Americans that Sunday was a National Day of Prayer.

Earlier this summer Milano lashed out at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) when he tried to join a cyber group hug.

Milano came to fame as a child star in the hit 1980s TV show “Who’s the Boss” and later co-starred in the hit TV show “Charmed.” Milano’s acting career has not caught fire since Charmed ended its eight-year run in 2006. She campaigned hard for several Democratic House candidates in special elections this year. Her candidates lost to the Republicans.

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