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Alyssa Milano Mocked for Swapping Her Tesla for Hitler Bug

'Nothing says ‘I'm concerned about white supremacy’ like buying a car from a company founded by the Nazi government... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Leftist actress Alyssa Milano was mocked by conservatives on Twitter for her failed virtue-signaling when she announced that she would replace her Tesla with a Nazi-founded Volkswagen to dissociate from “hate and white supremacy,” according to Breitbart.

Milano, who used to be “proud” that she owned Tesla, tweeted on Saturday that she returned her Tesla and bought a Volkswagen to criticize Elon Musk and his newly bought social media platform for allowing “hate and white supremacy.”

“I gave back my Tesla. I bought the VW ev. I love it,” she wrote.

“I’m not sure how advertisers can buy space on Twitter. Publicly traded company’s products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t seem to be a winning business model.”

Conservatives responded to Milano’s tweet by pointing out that the German car company was founded in 1937 by the German Labor Front under the direction of Adolf Hitler’s National Socialist Party.

“Volkswagen was literally founded by the Nazis and Hitler,” Hodgetwins, conservative personalities, wrote to which Musk wholeheartedly agreed.

Nick Searcy, a Hollywood actor, who, unlike Milano, can do his research, mocked her, too.

“Democrats are this stupid,” he tweeted. “She traded in a car made by an African American for a car from a company developed by the Nazis while whining about white supremacy.”

Mark Hemingway, a senior writer at RealClearInvestigations, agreed with Searcy.

“Nothing says ‘I’m concerned about white supremacy’ like buying a car from a company founded by the Nazi government.”

Katie Pavlich, the editor at Townhall, posted a little bit of history of the German company.

“Originally operated by the German Labor Front, a Nazi organization, Volkswagen was headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. In addition to his ambitious campaign to build a network of autobahns and limited access highways across Germany, Hitler’s pet project.”

“So brave,” she added.

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