I used to think Liberal celebrities would tweet stupid stuff because they did not know particulars of the theme at hand. But with dear old Alyssa, the constant repetition of Foot In Mouth makes me think she does not care as long as it makes the President look bad.

So who are these poor innocent people about to be removed from our world by the Evil Justice System under Trump?

1) Daniel Lewis Lee, a member of a white supremacist group, murdered a family of three, including an eight-year-old girl. After robbing and shooting the victims with a stun gun, Lee covered their heads with plastic bags, sealed the bags with duct tape, weighed down each victim with rocks, and threw the family of three into the Illinois bayou.  On May 4, 1999, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas found Lee guilty of numerous offenses, including three counts of murder in aid of racketeering, and he was sentenced to death.  Lee’s execution is scheduled to occur on Dec. 9, 2019.

2) Lezmond Mitchell stabbed to death a 63-year-old grandmother and forced her nine-year-old granddaughter to sit beside her lifeless body for a 30 to 40-mile drive. Mitchell then slit the girl’s throat twice, crushed her head with 20-pound rocks, and severed and buried both victims’ heads and hands.  On May 8, 2003, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona found Mitchell guilty of numerous offenses, including first degree murder, felony murder, and carjacking resulting in murder, and he was sentenced to death.  Mitchell’s execution is scheduled to occur on Dec. 11, 2019.

3) Wesley Ira Purkey violently raped and murdered a 16-year-old girl, and then dismembered, burned, and dumped the young girl’s body in a septic pond. He also was convicted in state court for using a claw hammer to bludgeon to death an 80-year-old woman who suffered from polio and walked with a cane.  On Nov. 5, 2003, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri found Purkey guilty of kidnapping a child resulting in the child’s death, and he was sentenced to death. Purkey’s execution is scheduled to occur on Dec.

4) Alfred Bourgeois physically and emotionally tortured, sexually molested, and then beat to death his two-and-a-half-year-old daughter. On March 16, 2004, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas found Bourgeois guilty of multiple offenses, including murder, and he was sentenced to death.  Bourgeois’ execution is scheduled to occur on Jan. 13, 2020.


5) Dustin Lee Honken shot and killed five people—two men who planned to testify against him and a single, working mother and her ten-year-old and six-year-old daughters. On Oct. 14, 2004, a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa found Honken guilty of numerous offenses, including five counts of murder during the course of a continuing criminal enterprise, and he was sentenced to death.  Honken’s execution is scheduled to occur on Jan. 15, 2020.

So Alyssa Milano and her supporters are defending the lives of child rapists, torturers and murderers and believes that their lives are equally innocent as the lives of unborn babies. And don’t forget, they consider us, Gun Owners, so low in the evolutionary chain, we are to be exterminated like bugs because we are a violent bunch and a constant danger to society.

A Child Torturer and Murderer is morally above you in her scale of humanity.

Give it a thought and please tell me why I should give her and her kind the benefit of the doubt? Why should I trust them with the power of government and law making?

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

10 thoughts on “Alyssa Milano, Defender of the Innocent against Evil Trump.”
  1. Cant Understand Normal Thinking….. these people are not living in the real world. They are all for KILLING unborn children wily nilly but not criminals… until the criminals affect them

  2. I’d say I’d be happy to give them the needle myself, except that then I’d have to be in the same room with them. But how was Number 4 a Federal crime? The others are explained, but that one isn’t.

  3. The way I read this is Alyssa Milano has come to the defense of a white supremacist who has actually murdered people.

  4. I am, believe it or not, an opponent of capital punishment. It’s my belief that giving the state the power to execute a person is a step too far and I just cannot square the circle necessary to make capital punishment align with my personal moral ideals.

    Note my use of the word “ideals.”

    In my ideal world, the state wouldn’t use capital punishment even in cases as heinous as these. On the other hand, I’m not blinkered by my ideals the way Milano is by her socialist utopian delusions and I recognize that the rest of the world doesn’t share my ideals.

    Capital punishment isn’t something I like, but it’s something I can live with (no pun intended), especially since the United States is pretty restrained in its application.

    Am I happy the U.S. executes prisoners? No.
    Am I sad to see these five get a needle in their arm? Not in the least.

    I should point out that my opposition to capital punishment stems from the same philosophy that leads to my opposition to abortion. Both are violations of the non-aggression principle, IMHO. However, my opposition to abortion is a lot stronger than my opposition to capital punishment… A convicted felon who has been sentenced to death has had the opportunity to avoid committing his crime(s), has his day in court, and been found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. He’s probably also had multiple appeals. A fetus in utero hasn’t done anything to anyone… I’ll grant that both a human beings, that’s all. That’s where the comparison ends.

    So, yeah, fuck you Milano. Comparing the two is just monstrous.

    1. Many years ago there was a TV show set in Baltimore called “Homicide.” One of the characters on that show, a Baltimore homicide dick, made the statement: “Capital punishment is wrong. And necessary.”
      I’m not an opponent of capital punishment, but I can appreciate his sentiment.

      1. Of all the myriad things that I dislike and want to see changed in our government, capital punishment isn’t especially high on the list. It is on the list though.

        I’m in the “vote for the politician who will vote against it”’stage of political disapproval… and only if that politician is in alignment with me on a raft of other, higher priority issues.

  5. I am strongly in favor of capital punishment for anybody who commits crimes such as these. I would not only be happy to stick a needle in them, I would first do to them what they did to their victims. Yes, that’s cruel and unusual punishment, but maybe it would make others think twice before murdering someone. Putting them in prison for life is not much of a deterrent, considering what our prisons are like.

    I also believe anyone who does not support the death penalty should have to help pay for the cost of keeping these bastards alive at the taxpayer’s expense!

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