Actress Alyssa Milano, who is credited with igniting the “Me Too” movement yet still supports Joe Biden for president in 2020 despite sexual assault allegations, recently wrote to Twitter to criticize conservatives.

“Conservatives weaponize cancel culture to tame anti-Trump celebrities,” Milano wrote to Twitter, sharing an article from Newsweek.

The left-wing outlet Newsweek wrote, “In recent weeks in the wake of the George Floyd protests and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, the spotlight has shone on the likes of late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon for past use of blackface for comedy sketches. And among the multitude of voices calling for these celebrities to face consequences for their past actions are a number of conservative figures and media outlets.”

Kimmel has been widely criticized as a racist after clips surfaced of him using the N-word multiple times as well as using blackface.

People immediately responded to Milano, including actor James Woods:

MBizPac Review commented on the issue:

Get it? When far-left extremists try to cancel anyone and everyone — be it those who say men are men and women are women, or those who argue that “All Lives Matter” — it’s perfectly hunky-dory and based in good faith and blah, blah, blah.

But when conservatives turn around and fire back by demanding that left-wingers be held to the same absurd, irrational standards, they’re “weaponizing” cancel culture.

The hypocrisy is astounding, though Milano’s embrace of the hypocrisy is typical.

She’s the same woman who rushed to believe then-Republican Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accuser two years ago but then performed a complete 180 and threw presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s accuser under the bus two years later. That is the very definition of hypocrisy.

And so naturally, Milano’s tweet attracted an avalanche of stinging backlash, with conservatives pointing out that all is fair in love and war.

So will Milano face cancellation for these errors in judgment? In a fair and just world, she would. But sadly, the world is brimming with liberal double standards galore, and so no, she’ll likely face no consequences whatsoever for her own mistakes.

Of course, in a TRULY fair and just world, cancel culture wouldn’t even exist. But this isn’t a fair and just world. It’s a dark, dystopian one brimming with left-wing zealots who have sought to cancel and are still seeking to cancel anyone with a dissenting voice.