Watch: Race-Baiting Alyssa Milano Get's Owned By Black Influencer: 'You Find Power In Fear'
Alyssa Milano has become a self-proclaimed voice for people of color. It's something of a fad for middle-aged white liberals to portray themselves as social justice warriors. Nothing could be farther from the truth. This is a subject we have discussed a lot on here, mainly because I find it both racist and divisive.
Racism is not a political issue- It's a social issue and it's on a case-by-case basis. It's not unique to the United States but it's also not as rampant here as the left would like us all to believe. Democratic politicians have long claimed the so-called 'black vote', which sounds more oppressive to me than inviting. Following that school of thought, we have an entire league of supporters who feel so emboldened by that claim to tell others what's best for them.
How insane is that?
I follow a TikTok content creator named Savannah Edwards (@thisissavvy) who just slapped down Hollywood race-inciter, Alyssa Milano as the actress attempted to, yet again, be 'that' voice. I was so proud to see her video going viral because voices like her are often drowned out but the much louder few.
After watching her for some time, I can tell you Savannah lives in New Orleans (LA) but is originally from Charlotte (NC). She a quick-witted, savvy woman, with a wide range of content she shares. Because of the recent political push to make race the center issue, much of Savannah's content has circled around breaking down stereotypes.
A quick scroll through her comments and you can see she has a ton of supporters but, she also has more than her share of angry leftists calling her a wide range of names but that doesn't stop the TikToker.
I want to give you a bit of a background to Savannah and her channel in case you want to check her out and hopefully show her some support.
Here's what happened:
The clip of Milano's pointless podcast starts with her saying “For those of us who are not black men, imagine watching the news, and seeing how people …” The clip is cut short by Savannah, who sets Milano straight:
“People like you find power in fear,” Savannah added, “You are everything you preach against. You’re not helping. You’re making things worse. You’re causing more division.”
“Imagine being a black man and being told by some lady with a microphone that you and the criminal on TV are one and the same because you look alike,” Edwards responded. “Imagine being told by society that white people can be all that they can be but you as a black man, the content of your character is completely irrelevant. You are the color of your skin and that is all that you will ever be. Imagine being told you can’t figure out how to vote because of the color of your skin. Socio-economics affects everyone but apparently, you’re not as smart as the poorest white person.”
Savannah was referring to all the ruckus over Georgia voting laws and the left's claim that requiring a state-issued identification will somehow hinder the black vote.
“Lady, I don’t want to hate you … I’m a 90’s kid, so I grew up with you, so I know you’re very talented,” Edwards continued, referring to Milano’s acting career in the distant past. “I know your heart is in the right place, but you are everything you preach against. You’re not helping. You’re making things worse. You’re causing more division. You’re causing more fear. Statistically speaking, I am more likely to be shot and killed by my black elderly neighbor across the street than a cop who patrolled my neighborhood. … Statistically speaking, homicide by cop is very rare, but people like you find power in fear so you keep it front-page news. You don’t have to be a white supremacist. You can be better.”
You can follow her many social media accounts using linktree. I hope you get a chance to check her out. She's a levelheaded breath of fresh air amidst all the loud and crazy noisee, in my humble opinion.