Alyssa Milano Whines About 2A Being Obsolete, Internet SHREDS HER APART

Far-left actress Alyssa Milano is at it again, proving she knows little to nothing about the U.S. Constitution.

Check out her rationale for ridding the nation of the Second Amendment…

From Daily Wire:

Actress Alyssa Milano weighed in on the gun rights debate on Monday by tweeting a list of things that were “also popular in 1791,” the year the Second Amendment was adopted. The post set off a familiar Twitter online debate. That is to say, the responses involved mockery, hilarity and absurdity, as well as some thoughtful arguments and comments.

Here’s Milano’s post that got things going:

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This is apparently the sort of “thinking” which infects the minds of those who want to end gun rights. Take a look at that list. Certainly there were some ideas baked into the cake of 18th-century society which are abhorrent when viewed in the modern day. Slavery and gender inequality could be considered “popular” ideas for many living in that era. But… lead paint? I don’t know if that was popular so much as simply being the accepted industry standard before anyone had any idea how bad lead is for human beings.

Cholera, smallpox and typhus? Does anyone honestly think those were “popular” in the colonies? “Oh boy, honey. I hear there’s another outbreak of smallpox. I sure hope we get some of that here!”

Dying during childbirth? I hate to disillusion Ms. Milano, but that was as much of a tragedy then as it is now. The same goes for unsanitary surgical procedures. Medical science simply hadn’t advanced enough at that point. Nobody was praying for infections and amputations after surgery. And don’t even get me started on chamber pots. If you’d shown any of the colonists an actual modern toilet they would have sold like hotcakes.

My goodness, Alyssa.

Get it together, already!

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