Speak freely and argue with people who haven’t been famous since the 1980s for anything other than their stupid tweets.
American Greatness |Tim Young:
If there’s one there the world certainly can’t live without, it’s celebrity opinions. Ever since Elon Musk took over Twitter, we have been treated to so many more of them . . . and they are exponentially less informed than ever before.
Equating the push for free speech on social media to “hate and white supremacy” would, in a typical rant, be par for the course for a D-list TV actress, but this one was a bit extra special because of her reference to Volkswagen.
For anyone unaware, Volkswagen was founded on May 28, 1937, by the then government of Germany—which, at the time, was run by people Milano (and others like her) enjoy comparing to conservatives and Republicans. Milano, in her greatest self-own since tweeting an image of herself wearing her crocheted mask, essentially said she’d stop faux hate and white supremacy by purchasing a car from a brand begun, “literally,” by Adolf Hitler.
This isn’t the first time a celebrity has owned him or herself with an utter lack of knowledge about a subject. Rob Reiner, another notable leftist Twitter troll and Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferer, admitted recently on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” that he still didn’t believe the Hunter Biden laptop story, even though it had been confirmed by multiple corporate media outlets in the weeks before and by the New York Post ahead of the 2020 election.
Maher quipped at Reiner that he was completely uninformed because “all he watches is MSNBC.” MORE