During a Q & A at a #MeToo ⁠panel, I asked Alyssa Milano to DISAVOW Women’s March organizer Linda Sarsour since Linda supports SHARIA LAW, which oppresses women. Alyssa said “no, she does not”, & had me escorted out. I’ve included evidence which further proves Alyssa was not informed, and was clearly in denial.

However, in an article in The Advocate by Ariel Sorbel, Ms. Milano seems to have embraced the truth of the movement, and is now speaking out against Linda Sarsour and the Women’s March movement.

According to the article:

“Milano is disavowing Sarsour. But not because of the Islamophobic conspiracies Loomer would like readers to believe.

“Any time that there is any bigotry or anti-Semitism in that respect, it needs to be called out and addressed. I’m disappointed in the leadership of the Women’s March that they haven’t done it adequately,” Milano says now, referring to leaders of the Women’s March who’ve refused to denounce Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan‘s anti-Semitic, homophobic, and transphobic statements.

The recent mass shooting in which a man who vocally targeted Jewish people on social media took the lives of 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue has deepened the wound of Farrakhan’s remarks and the Women’s March leaders’ refusal to condemn them. A week earlier, Farrakhan tweeted out a speech in which he announced, “I’m not an anti-Semite. I’m anti-Termite.”

Milano has noticed the silence from the Women’s March regarding Farrakhan’s hatemongering and won’t stand for it; nor will she speak at the next Women’s March if it’s still led by Sarsour or Mallory, if asked to make an appearance.

“I would say no at this point. Unfortunate that none of them have come forward against him at this point. Or even given a really good reason why to support them,” she says. (courtesy, The Advocate, full article HERE)

Now that she has been #Loomered, Alyssa has had some sense talked into her, and I am happy to see that she evaluated her stance on Sarsour and spoke out against a woman who in no way whatsoever is representative of American women.