Alyssa Milano Makes ‘Patriotic’ July 4th Video With Social Justice Disclaimer

Left-wing actress Alyssa Milano, who announced a new book in May that is scheduled to be released in October titled “Sorry, Not Sorry” was unapologetic in a TikTok video presenting herself as a “Patriotic” American who fights for social justice.

The video shows Milano smiling from different angles and wearing a shirt with an American flag, which according to some on the far-left is a symbol of racism.

For part of the video, in the bottom left, a message read, “Reminder: The United States was founded on unjust treatment of Native Americans, Africans, and, and other people of color.”

Towards the end of the video, that message gives way to another that suggested, “Patriotism is wanting the country you love to live up to its potential.”

Milano tweeted out the video, but apparently didn’t want dissenting opinions as she restricted replies to only those who follow her.

Several Twitter users quote tweeted the tweet, however and offered their opinion on the video nevertheless.

“SallyThatClemsonGirl” noted, “Notice how she blocked replies. Could she have any more narcissist filters happening while she degrades her country? Leave Alyssa, if it’s so bad. You are an egomaniac.”

Twitter user Kevin Bruno urged, “Hey Alyssa Milano, as an Indigenous American of MicMac descent (38% DNA verified) a suggestion – LEAVE THEN and give your stolen land back to the native original people then. There is nothing worse than WHITE liberals like you talking here, when you live in gated communities.”

Townhall’s Kurt Schlichter asked sarcastically, “Then why don’t you support those insurrectionists?” A pair of verified Twitter users responded to Schlichter with Josh Dolin replying, “Because she’s focused too much on perfecting her fake lips.” Matthew Betley called it “A thing of nightmares…”

That video wasn’t Milano’s only tweet regarding Independence Day, however, as she then shared an article from The Root which featured the full text from a speech by Frederick Douglass that was given prior to the abolition of slavery.

Milano shared one excerpt from the speech where Douglass said, “What to the slave is the Fourth of July? The sunlight that brought life and healing to you, has brought stripes and death to me. This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn.”

Later, Milano tweeted out a video that she shared to Instagram where she was wearing different patriotic attire as she waved and blew a kiss.

“I hope your day was filled with love and hope for all that’s possible,” Milano wrote in the tweet, along with American flag and heart emojis.

In a tweet today, Trump supporter “Wilder” summed up his thoughts in a viral tweet and said, “Alyssa Milano is out of her damn mind.”