Every once in a while, dear readers, you come across a tweet by a leftist that’s so wildly uninformed, you must use a phrase which the great writer Dave Barry often used to start his iconic, weekly column in the Miami Herald and subsequent books: “I am not making this up!”
This is one of those moments.
On Sunday night, Hollywood actress and all-purpose moron Alyssa Milano saw something she didn’t immediately recognize online and – befuddled beyond belief by it – reached out to her nearly four million Twitter followers with this head-scratcher of a tweet.
This can’t be real right? I don’t even know anymore. Trumpy Bear Official Website gettrumpybear.com
This can’t be real right? I don’t even know anymore.
Trumpy Bear Official Website https://t.co/UD2AoCBQxm
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) July 20, 2020
One commenter posed this excellent question to Milano:
Did you freak out about this too? pic.twitter.com/i8re1Z3VfR
— Stephe96 (@Stephe96) July 20, 2020
Now, conservatives who’ve been around a while know Milano’s goal on social media is to ridicule the president’s die-hard supporters and, as much as possible, keep them from heading to the polls to re-elect him in 2020. It makes you wonder, then, why she would be confused or surprised that there are hundreds of products like this floating around. Commemorative coins, t-shirts, and you can’t forget those cherry-red, MAGA and KAG hats, right?
Most people, never mind their politics, likely remember similar, presidential election-related items for sale that had nothing to do with Donald Trump — and certainly weren’t connected to him or his official campaign store.
Like this one:
The divide is clear when is comes to Chia @realDonaldTrump VS Chia @HillaryClinton. See the numbers at https://t.co/mbqUKHOGAF 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/OsyeMRhCNt
— Chia Pet (@ChiaPetOfficial) October 17, 2016
obama chia pet sold separately pic.twitter.com/JEVoAFt95i
— The Lone Patriot ❌ for Charlie (@vsafeswm49) October 17, 2016
Or even this product, which has a current infomercial I’ve seen many times on late night tv:
This ad on CNN for a 2020 Presidential election chess set???? Featuring pieces representing Mitch McConnell and RBG and Kavanaugh and Roberts??? And two empty podiums for the Dem nominee plus a promise that they’ll mail you pieces when the nom/vp are selected???? pic.twitter.com/gvr29V7Yan
— Helen Rosner (@hels) March 8, 2020
Unfortunately for the actress and loony activist, her post may have the opposite effect from the one she intended:
Yep – ADDED BONUS! COZY FLAG THEMED BLANKET INSIDE
Buying one now Alyssa – CHEERS!!! pic.twitter.com/sIMSMP79TS
— 🇺🇸 Just_Lance ⭐⭐⭐ (@lancerdood) July 20, 2020
This person said his family is already on the bandwagon for collecting Trump-related memorabilia:
Me too…got a bunch of coins already…and flags…wife loves American flag clothing too
— Richard MAGA!🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐🇺🇸 (@richard47993077) July 20, 2020
If this tweet by Alyssa Milano proves anything, it shows how truly enormous the bubble is that Milano and other unhinged, Hollywood progressives live in. If you’re like me and, you know, watch the average amount of television or use the internet machine, you cannot escape Trumpy Bear ads! It would be harder to find a person who hasn’t seen their ad than has, I’ll wager. Apparently, most of them live nestled on the east and west coasts, and dotted around locales like Chicago and Detroit in the middle of the country. They still don’t get it: this is just one more reason why Trump won.
I can’t end the piece without sharing the “Trumpy Bear” commercial itself, because it’s just so unintentionally funny… and it may just educate a progressive or two. It’s the right thing to do, huh?
What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments area below!