Imagine caring more about illegal immigrants trying to come into your country than your own neighbors.
Cue Alyssa Milano. She’s busying herself raising money for illegal immigrants, and she doesn’t understand how BAD it looks.
Some friends and I are trying to raise $100,000 today to help some people in the fight of their lives, seeking asylum at our southern border.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 22, 2018
For crying out loud, Alyssa. People in California need help too. What about the first responders who lost everything? I’m not saying she doesn’t care about both, but I am saying that it just looks bad, especially when you consider that she needed help too.
If anyone can get 5 horses out the fire please help me.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 9, 2018
She needs help with five horses. It was previously reported that her horses had been evacuated, but she says that did not happen. Please contact her at @Alyssa_Milano to get her location or use my hashtag #SoCalFiresJamesWoods This is a serious request. https://t.co/R7krd0Wfbg
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 9, 2018
No matter! Time to virtue-signal! She looks beyond borders. She’s THAT selfless, unlike you guys.
Alyssa sweety, how about raising that money for the people and First Responders which lost everything during the California wild fires? pic.twitter.com/swvargdZnj
— Eli Brody2.0 (@woofeous) November 24, 2018
How about you try raising money for Americans first? You know the same ones who lost homes in the wildfires. Or is that not your orders?
— That Dude (@bd_spy) November 25, 2018
Your State has a town called Paradise maybe you’ve heard of it? 85 dead, 500 missing and 16,000 homes destroyed they are living in tents. Maybe you and your friends could chip in to help them.
— Rosie Memos (@almostjingo) November 25, 2018
Dear Ms. @Alyssa_Milano , slightly to your north there’s a town called Paradise. The current death toll is currently 87 and rising. More than 500 of the residents are missing. Over 20,000 people, mostly elderly, have lost everything including their homes. Charity begins at home.
— Str8 Don Lemon🍋👫🍺🌈❤ (@Str8DonLemon) November 25, 2018
Give the money to veterans first and inner cities. We need to take care of our own first.
— Kent (@El_Vaquero36) November 25, 2018
Ever thought about looking into all the homeless and poor kids in our country?? Many are a lot worse off than the Caravan kids, and these are American citizens of OUR country!! Shameful!! Always grandstanding because your career is nothing any more!!
— krikin (@krikin) November 25, 2018
There’s extreme poverty in Appalachia if you really cared and homeless vets living on our streets. As usual there’s a political agenda here to secure future votes for the Democrats.
— Lisa (@Lisacpc1) November 25, 2018
This is virtue-signaling at its finest.
Not a penny. I’ll b happy to help our injured & impoverished veterans or our hungry & homeless Americans first. There are too many of them & we should b ashamed helping anyone outside the USA until those in the USA are fully cared for. #MAGA
— Gregory G American (@ggallina) November 24, 2018
Just passed homeless vets in my city, gave them $5. I guess they don’t matter huh ? but illegals non citizens are your top priority! Nice 👌🏼
— Michael (@MichaelAGuidice) November 23, 2018
Imagine what the world could look like if people with resources and influence spent more time trying to help people in their communities instead of virtue-signaling on Twitter.