Alyssa Milano’s ‘Tone Deaf’ Saga Gets Even Worse After What She’s Spotted Driving

Alyssa Milano’s ‘Tone Deaf’ Saga Gets Even Worse After What She’s Spotted Driving

Maybe she can drive the kids to Cooperstown — or at least her own kid.

Upper-crust actress Alyssa Milano, who had a starring role in the MeToo movement as well as a number of lesser parts in politics and the entertainment industry, has been in the spotlight again after organizing an impassioned GoFundMe plea for money to send her son’s baseball team to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in New York.

The GoFundMe plug for $10,000 was panned by critics who wondered why a wealthy, famous figure would need to hit up strangers for money when she’s got plenty herself. But the spotlight has gotten brighter — and hotter — since a photo emerged of the vehicle she’s driving.

The “Charmed” actress was spotted Saturday tooling around Los Angeles in a “fully-loaded and customized 2023 electric Porsche Taycan 4S,” according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail.

That kind of ride can run up to $200,000, according to the Daily Mail — an amount that dwarfs the sum Milano’s fundraising was seeking (and ultimately received; it exceeded its goal by taking in $11,265 as of Monday afternoon).

But the vehicle got Milano and her son to a PetSmart, where they appeared to pick up a couple of puppies, the Daily Mail reported.

And it brought on some more bumpy publicity that Milano probably could do without.

“Alyssa Milano drives a $200k Porsche, but she can’t afford to pay for her son’s 12 year old baseball team to play in Cooperstown,” Outkick’s Clay Travis wrote in an X post. “Perfect.”

“Grift!” cried the conservative social media site Twitchy, after noting, “The GoFundMe is still up, FYI.”

“Beneath contempt,” another user summarized.

“Beneath contempt” isn’t a bad way of putting it. “Cancerous,” “malevolent” or “malignant” might work, too.

Whatever her merits as an actress, Milano’s most influential part on the American scene has been pushing leftist propaganda.

She’s probably best known lately for helping publicize the MeToo movement that sparked a worldwide upsurge in complaints from women about sexual harassment and assault. As NBC News reported in 2018, it was a Milano post on the social media platform then known as Twitter that galvanized the moment.

The MeToo movement might have started as a cathartic outpouring of rage, but it wasn’t long at all before it was hijacked by the left into a political vehicle that treated complaints about conservatives and liberals considerably differently. (Ask Tara Reade.)


The same year, Milano played a disgraceful part in the Democrats’ attempted character assassination of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She was an outspoken supporter of Christine Blasey Ford, a woman who accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a time and place she couldn’t remember, in a story so thin it wouldn’t even make the pilot script of a TV drama.

The former “Who’s the Boss?” star also had cameos in the fights over coronavirus mask mandates and gun control (she was pro-mask, anti-gun), naturally.

Most grimly, in 2019, she turned her decision to have two abortions in one year — back in 1993 — into fodder for a podcast. And all that is good in her life show owes to those decisions to end the lives of her children in the womb, she said.

“Fifteen years after that first love had fizzled, my life would be completely lacking all its great joys,” she said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

All of this might be pretty far afield from a plea for money to take a kids’ baseball team to Cooperstown, New York, but it’s not at all.

Milano and pretty much the entire entertainment industry — with a few courageous exceptions, such as Jon Voight, James Woods, Rose McGowan (a “Charmed” co-star with Milano) and Patricia Heaton — spend their lives, off-camera and on, shoving liberal pieties down American throats.

And the fact of the matter is, many of them grow incredibly wealthy doing it.

Milano, who has an estimated net worth of about $4 million, according to the Daily Mail, is not obscenely wealthy by Hollywood standards, but she’s certainly well off compared with the rest of the United States.

And with her being married to Hollywood agent David Bugliari, who has a net worth of $5 million, according to Parade magazine, it’s fair to say she and her husband could send the whole team to the Hall of Fame themselves.

Instead, she griped in response to her critics that she’d already spent plenty of money on uniforms for the team and its coaches, so she clearly felt justified in panhandling perfect strangers for what amounts to a vacation for her kid.

That griping was blasted in turn by critics, who called her attitude “tone deaf.” Those aren’t two bad words to use.

But “beneath contempt” hits it right on the head.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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