(Twitchy)– Alyssa Milano and some of her friends are trying to raise $100,000 to help Californians who lost their homes and loved ones in the massive fires that destroyed huge parts of their state in recent weeks.
Oh wait, that’s not it.
She and her buddies want to raise money for a bunch of people at the border ‘seeking asylum’ here in America.
Some friends and I are trying to raise $100,000 today to help some people in the fight of their lives, seeking asylum at our southern border.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 22, 2018
Remember when Alyssa was desperately trying to move her FIVE HORSES out of the fire’s path and people helped her? You’d think her priority would be giving back to her home state but hey, what do we know?
Others weren’t overly thrilled with her ask:
Alyssa sweety, how about raising that money for the people and First Responders which lost everything during the California wild fires? pic.twitter.com/swvargdZnj
— Eli Brody2.0 (@woofeous) November 24, 2018
Your State has a town called Paradise maybe you’ve heard of it? 85 dead, 500 missing and 16,000 homes destroyed they are living in tents. Maybe you and your friends could chip in to help them.
— Rosie Memos (@almostjingo) November 25, 2018
The entire town is gone but helping a bunch of what looks like men ‘seek asylum’ in America is more important to Alyssa. The picture of the young woman with a baby is very sweet but the reality of the caravan is very different …
Dear Ms. @Alyssa_Milano , slightly to your north there's a town called Paradise. The current death toll is currently 87 and rising. More than 500 of the residents are missing. Over 20,000 people, mostly elderly, have lost everything including their homes. Charity begins at home.
— Str8 Don Lemon🍋👫🍺🌈❤ (@Str8DonLemon) November 25, 2018
"Look at me! I'm a good person because I'm going to spend money to import a problem that everyone else in the country will have to live with. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to get ready to go shopping in Beverly Hills."
— Rob Kulbeth (@robertkulbeth) November 23, 2018
That is an excellent point!
Shouldn’t you be helping our veterans who make your freedom possible instead of people that have done nothing for our country. You abviously don’t appriciate freedom
— stxy (@gary091169) November 23, 2018
Not a penny. I’ll b happy to help our injured & impoverished veterans or our hungry & homeless Americans first. There are too many of them & we should b ashamed helping anyone outside the USA until those in the USA are fully cared for. #MAGA
— Gregory G American (@ggallina) November 24, 2018
Mexico offered them asylum, so they have no need to continue here for that now. According to the left, Mexico is the better place to live anyhow.
— Scotty Jolly Christmas (@Scottergate) November 23, 2018
I would donate to a cause to help Americans in need: like veterans, children in foster care, homeless, families of first responders, those affected here by natural disasters! Not this.
— Sheresa Jackson (@SheresaJackson) November 23, 2018
What about the people of #ParadiseFire living in tents #WoolsleyFire victims without private planes 😏 Veterans & families w/children sleeping in the streets? Charity Begins at Homehttps://t.co/5409eGM2RU
— Bella D'Plorable ⭐⭐⭐💖 (@di_plora) November 25, 2018