Rob Lowe Knocks Alyssa Milano off High Horse With Blistering Rebuke


Hollywood actor Rob Lowe committed the cardinal sin – he criticized a leading liberal politician.

Lowe mocked the ridiculous Elizabeth Warren and her flimsy argument for claiming to be Native American all close to thirty years.

In the age of rabid Trump hating, where Democrat believe they must win against Trump or the sky will fall, telling the truth about Liz Warren is a big no-no.

Which is a shame because if the winner of the Democratic primary has not been tested they will get destroyed by Trump and his unique and very effective political messaging strategy.

Rather than thank Lowe for pointing out the obvious his fellow celebrities bashed him for telling the Dems their new emperor wears no clothes.

Rob, as is typical when one has the facts on his side, got the last laugh. And he is right about one thing Milano and her ilk will never admit – a lot of politicians on both sides are frauds who get on camera and trash each other and then go eat dinner together and have a laugh about it. They need to remember that 85% of Trump bashing is political theater to get votes or raise funds.

From The Daily Wire:

“Elizabeth Warren would bring a whole new meaning to Commander in ‘Chief,'” wrote Lowe in a since-deleted tweet.

Warren has been plagued with mockery for her dubious claims to having prominent Native ancestry, which seemingly helped her snag a diversity hire at Harvard. In October, Warren confusingly boasted of DNA testing results which showed she is possibly somewhere from 1/64th to 1/1,024th Native American. And last week, the senator took another hit: The Washington Post reported that Warren filled out the form for the State Bar of Texas in 1986 claiming “American Indian” heritage, in her own handwriting.

Lowe’s tweet was clearly a hit at Warren’s offensive fake claim to having such heritage, not a dig at Native Americans. But, alas, celebrities and left-wing politicos were quick to condemn the “Parks and Recreation” star for his alleged cultural insensitivity.

Thus, Lowe deleted the tweet, but not without following it up with a jab at those perpetually offended.

“I deleted my Elizabeth Warren tweet. It was a joke and some peeps got upset, and that’s never my intention,” posted the actor on Sunday. “On the GOOD side: I just got to use the Oxford comma!” he joked.

Hours later, Lowe smacked those with a “total inability to laugh at ANYTHING.”

“Observation: many polarizing politicians actually LIKE each other, privately help each other, then publicly stir the pot, playing for votes,” he wrote. “[That’s] fine. Only thing wrong with it is when we buy it whole cloth, breeding intolerance, anger and total inability to laugh at ANYTHING.”