One in a Million: California Wildfires Bring James Woods and Alyssa Milano Together

 

 

Call it kismet.

On Friday, California’s wildfires had a much-unanticipated effect this week: It brought get-down Democrat Alyssa Milano and rockin’ Republican James Woods together for a noble cause. Really, it was James who was noble. Perhaps that fact will make a positive impression on Alyssa.

To borrow from Andy Griffith: What it was, was fires.

Here’s the embarrassingly biased coverage of Yahoo “News”:

“Outspoken conservative actor James Woods took a break from sending controversial tweets and turned his Twitter page into a place where people can get word out about missing loved ones, or for anyone seeking help for their animals.”

Note: Someone tweets conservative ideas = “controversial.”

Alyssa tweeted the F word to the President and made a huge spectacle during the Kavanaugh hearings (here and here); is she a lightnin’ bolt, too?

“The Casino star even reached across the aisle when political-foe Alyssa Milano needed shelter for her five horses.”

Nope.

Anyway, here’s the glorious play-by-play. James was on Twitter, admirably helping out like a boss during Southern California’s burning sensation:

Kudos to James!

Alyssa had tweeted out a request for help, and James was right there with some smart advice:

And…more expert guidance:

What a great guy. No political stuff, just a helpful and gentlemanly assist to (so far as I understand) a stranger in need. To save horses.

A follower asked James why in the world he’d help Alyssa (which was a silly question). He did the conservative side proud:

Milano reported that her horses were safe. She even made a statement that took me back to the old Alyssa, that polite girl of goodness (here) (to be clear, I believe all people should be polite, both girls and guys):

She’s right. And James is a hero — he was looking out for others in the community, and he represented red state America honorably. The country needs more like you, James. Maybe you and Alyssa can get coffee. And you can bridge a divide, at least between two people in the public eye who reside on opposite sides of the aisle.

Either way, it’s a great story for a great Saturday. Hope yours is free of fires and happy as safe horses. And inspired by James Woods’s good deed. And a connection between two sides. Mine is.

 

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