Left-wing actress and activist Alyssa Milano scowled at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill while holding a sign that read, "I believe survivors." She has called the nominee a "sexual predator" over Christine Ford's sudden allegation that Kavanaugh groped her in the 1980s, despite the many inconsistencies in her various stories and the lack of any corroborating evidence. Milano later explained to CNN that she attended the confirmation hearings to "stand in solidarity with [Christine Ford] and all the women and men who have been victims of crazy abuses of power."
Unfortunately for Alyssa Milano, a recently unearthed tweet demonstrates the actress doesn't believe all survivors of sexual misconduct. In 2012, Milano tweeted, "Bill Clinton, I love you so much. Like crazy amounts of love." Apparently Milano does not harbor crazy amounts of love for Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Clinton of raping her in 1978; or Leslie Millwee, who accused Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1980; or Kathleen Willey, who accused Clinton of groping her without consent in 1993; or Paula Jones, who accused Clinton of unzipping his pants and exposing himself to her in 1991.
Women who accuse Democrats of sexual misconduct are inconvenient for left-wing activists, who so desperately seek to preserve the fictitious constitutional right to abortion now threatened by Brett Kavanaugh's originalist jurisprudence that they're willing to trivialize even the heinous crime of rape to protect it. It's a despicable strategy, and it won't work. History is long, the Internet is forever, and Democrats have exposed themselves.