Alyssa Milano has become one of the most vocal celebrities protesting the Trump administration.
But she just crossed a line that she will end up regretting.
That’s because Milano posted this outrageous photoshopped image of Mike Pence that will make you furious.
The actress has primarily “led” the fight against Georgia and Alabama’s pro-life legislation.
Now she’s set her eyes on illegal immigration and Mike Pence.
While she doesn’t like President Trump, she seems to despise Vice President Mike Pence even more.
Many celebrities hate Mike Pence for his Christian beliefs and will attack him over his faith.
This time, Alyssa Milano dropped a bomb that made her lose all credibility.
She posted a graphic comparing Mike Pence to Heinrich Himmler, a Nazi in charge of the Holocaust.
Activist actress Alyssa Milano posted an image to Twitter comparing Vice President Mike Pence to Heinrich Himmler, one of the Nazi architects of the Holocaust.
Alyssa Milano posted the photo, a split image — one a black and white image of Himmler touring a Nazi death camp, and the second a de-colorized photo of Vice President Pence visiting an illegal alien detention center in Texas. Milano apparently imagines there is no difference between the two images.
The tweet came on the heels of the vice president’s visit to migrant shelters in the McAllen, Texas, area on July 12. Pence later criticized media outlets for misreporting the conditions of the detention centers at our southern border.
Liberals love comparing the illegal alien detention centers to concentration camps in Nazi Germany.
What they don’t realize is that it was President Barack Obama who constructed many of these sites.
In fact, many of the viral photos of these campsites were actually taken during the Obama administration.
But comparing these sites with those from the Holocaust is highly offensive on many levels.
Alyssa Milano is clearly not concerned about offending the Vice President.
What she didn’t consider is how this photo belittles the horrors and experiences that Jewish men, women, and children were forced to go through during the Holocaust.
The two issues are simply not comparable.
What do you think?
Did Alyssa Milano take things too far?
Should she apologize for drawing the comparison and delete her post?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.