Projection is a thing pathetic people do to mask their faults and insecurities by assigning them to others. I bring this up because out-of-work actress Alyssa Milano says the NRA is irrelevant. You know, that civil rights organization with 6 million members? I think we can chalk “irrelevant” up as yet another word liberals have no idea what it means.
Milano has become an anti-gun hashtag activist and even started a gun control group called the “No Rifle Association” or the NoRA in hopes of countering the power and influence of the NRA. That hasn’t happened, so she’s clicking her heels together three times and wishing for a world that is more in line with the delusions in her head:
NRA stands for Not Relevant Anymore. #NoRA
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 30, 2018
“NRA stands for Not Relevant Anymore,” cried Milano.
I was going to say that’s what the NoRA stands for but that implies that her anti-gun group has ever had relevancy, which it has not. Also, thanks to 2nd Amendment-hating liberals kooks like her calling the NRA and its members “terrorists” the organization has seen a huge jump in membership.
The six million members of the NRA remember all the brave men and women who died fighting for our country and gave us our freedom. We stand with the families and loved ones of these heroes today and every day. They will never be forgotten. 🇺🇸 #memorialday #neverforgotten pic.twitter.com/kPXPg8KHy6
— NRA (@NRA) May 28, 2018
Until the left declared war on legal gun ownership following the Parkland, FL school shooting, NRA membership was around 5 million. Now thanks to Milano’s efforts, they’ve added another million dues-paying members. How many people in the NoRA pay dues? I’m going to guess the number is somewhere around zero.
As you can see, the NRA has great relevancy in this country. They have more members than every single gun control group put together. They may not be a huge brag since most groups like Moms Demand Action count “likes” on FaceBook as members, but the fact remains that the NRA is a powerful and relevant organization.
But if Milano really wants to find some irrelevancy, she should just look at her acting career. I mean, it’s not like she was ever a major star, but her biggest gig since Charmed was cancelled in 2006 was being a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race. That doesn’t equal relevancy even in the liberal fantasy world of Milano’s head.
I have no idea what prompted Milano to send out this anti-NRA tweet, but browsing her Twitter timeline I found that she is also promoting her crippling mental illness.
I have a secret.
I hope my story helps those that suffer from a mental illness feel less alone. I hope my story helps erase the stigma surrounding mental illness.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 17, 2018
I wonder if these two things are related? Sadly Milano’s struggle with mental illness is more relevant than her acting career or anti-gun activism.