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Alyssa Milano Floats Baseless CPAC Nazi Conspiracy Theory


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Leftists never miss an opportunity to make baseless comparisons of anyone who disagrees with them on policy to that of Nazis. 

The “charming” actresss Alyssa Milano is now floating a ludricous claim that the CPAC stage was intentionally designed to have the appearance of the Nazi insignia.

And they call conservatives “conspiracy theorists…”

Milano floated the idea on Instagram, and then it made the rounds on Twitter.

Where are you on this one Dorsey?..

Milano showed a picture of the CPAC symbol next to an image of an SS soldier from Nazi Germany on Instagram, followed with this caption:

“This is the stage at CPAC. THEY’RE NOT EVEN TRYING TO HIDE IT ANYMORE.”

Needless to say, this is a stretch…

Breitbart has more on Milano's dangerous accusation:

Actress and left-wing activist Alyssa Milano floated a Nazi conspiracy theory directed toward the organizers of CPAC, suggesting that they deliberately fashioned the main stage to match the shape of a Nazi symbol.

“This is the stage at CPAC. THEY’RE NOT EVEN TRYING TO HIDE IT ANYMORE,” Milano wrote in an outraged post to her 2.9 million Twitter followers before tagging Hyatt, where the political convention took place. “@hyatt, this is what’s happening in your building. @tedcruz, you stood on this stage.”

Her conspiracy theory caught fire on social media, drawing remarks from filmmaker Morgan J. Freeman and NARAL President Ilyse Hogue.

Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union and lead organizer of CPAC, dismissed the conspiracy theories as both “outrageous and slanderous.”

“Stage design conspiracies are outrageous and slanderous. We have a long standing commitment to the Jewish community. Cancel culture extremists must address antisemitism within their own ranks. CPAC proudly stands with our Jewish allies, including those speaking from this stage,” he said.

Here's the picture Milano shared on Instagram.

The head organizer of CPAC, Matt Schlapp, dismissed the accusations.

He called the conspiracy theory“outrageous and slanderous.”

Milano later doubled down on the accusation.

Anything Milano says should always be taken with a grain of salt, as she has made a habit of comparing conservatives to Nazis.

In 2019 she compared Vice President Mike Pence to one of the Nazi architects of the Hollocaust, Heinrich Himmler.

As for Twitter's response, they've simply allowed this dangerous conspiracy theory to be pushed on their platform.

Jack Dorsey and company are being called out by the Jewish Voice:

Twitter, whose terms and conditions are strongly set against any news item which could be considered a “conspiracy theory”, has allowed an outrageous “Nazi conspiracy theory” to spread like wildfire on their platform, after one time TV star turned hardcore leftist activist Alyssa Milano propelled the conspiracy to her 2.9 million Twitter followers.

Alyssa Milano floated a Nazi conspiracy theory directed toward the organizers of CPAC, suggesting that they deliberately fashioned the main stage to match the shape of a Nazi symbol.

All weekend, The Jewish Voice’s Twitter was assailed by outraged liberals, calling TJV ” Nazi supporters”. Initially, TJV News staff could not figure out why the sudden uptick of left-leaning comments from an apparent “outrage mob”, until the conspiracy theory became more appearant.

“This is the stage at CPAC. THEY’RE NOT EVEN TRYING TO HIDE IT ANYMORE,” Milano wrote in an outraged post to her 2.9 million Twitter followers before tagging Hyatt, where the political convention took place. “@hyatt, this is what’s happening in your building. @tedcruz, you stood on this stage.”

Her conspiracy theory caught fire on social media, drawing remarks from filmmaker Morgan J. Freeman and NARAL President Ilyse Hogue and thousands upon thousands of progressive Twitter personalities.

As of today, thousands of virtue-signaling leftists are calling for a boycott of Hyatt, following the marching orders of the nominally talented and insanely paranoid actress, who is an expert at faux outrage. The story gained national attention quickly.

The goal of the radical leftist Milano was to once more associate Nazism with conservatism.

Twitter had no objection to this baseless conspiracy theory spreading like wildfire on their platform. Facebook and Instagram allowed it to spread with no fact-checking either.

If the rules were applied evenly, Milano and other like her would be banned from Twitter for spreading false information.



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