Alyssa Milano meets reality, rejects it out of hand

Both left and right have moral codes, and they are very different

LOS ANGELES — Actress Alyssa Milano came face to face with a conservative activist, who asked the #MeToo campaigner to disavow another prominent member of the movement “because she is a supporter of Sharia law.”

Stepping up to the microphone, Loomer said loudly, “My question is for you, Alyssa Milano. You are friends with Linda Sarsour, both of you ladies have positioned yourselves as speakers and representatives of the #MeToo movement.”

Sarsour is a Muslim, a co-founder of the Women’s March and the former executive director of the Arab American Association of New York.

“I want to ask you right now to disavow Linda Sarsour because she is a supporter of Sharia law. And under Sharia law, women are oppressed, women are forced to wear a hijab,” Loomer said. “My question is, will you please disavow her because she is advocating for Shariah law.”

Milano, of course, rejects that Sarsour is “radical”. Frankly, Milano, like most leftists sees morality as related solely to one’s ideology. If you treat others poorly, or support Sharia Law, which is evil, or are accused of abusing women, or cheating people then you should be called immoral by sane standards. The left, of course has no sane standards. The left will cheer you if you hold fast to leftist ideals. If you are, for example, pro-abortion, anti-gun, and against border laws then you are a moral giant, no matter how you treat people. On the other hand, if you belong to the NRA, or are pro-life, support ICE and want a strong military, then you are immoral to the left.

In short to the left morality and ideology are the same. A Conservative could give every spare penny to help feed the poor, take in stray animals, and volunteer every possible moment of your time helping those in need, and the left will still call you immoral.

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