Actress Alyssa Milano went after Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Susuan Collins (R-ME) on Sunday after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's sexual assault accuser came forward.
Collins told CNN when arriving back in Washington Sunday evening that she wasn't ready to decide whether to believe the accuser or not. But when the shoe was on the Democratic foot, Collins and Murkowski were quick to call for Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) to step down.
"I did find the allegations against him to be both credible, disgusting and appalling and degrading to women,” she told host George Stephanopoulos during an appearance on his Sunday show "This Week."
"A little reminder, @SenatorCollins," Milano tweeted. "This, from 2017, one week after the allegations—
Collins: Franken allegations ‘credible, disgusting and appalling’ http://politi.co/2j8fDFg
Your move. The women of America are waiting."
A little reminder, @SenatorCollins. This, from 2017, one week after the allegations— Collins: Franken allegations… https://t.co/UQL73NB8rX— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa Milano)1537149005.0
The same is true of the Alaska senator. While Murkowski has been ripped for potentially supporting Kavanaugh despite his opinions on Native Americans like the ones in her state, she hasn't gotten much flack for her hypocrisy on Kavanaugh in wake of the assault accusations.
"We’re seeing a culture of harassment & assault being exposed on a daily basis," Murkowski wrote on Twitter in 2017. "Whether you are in the media, politics, or anywhere else abuse of power is unacceptable & shouldn’t be tolerated at any place at any level. Sen. Franken must know that & that’s why he must step down."
She has yet to call for Kavanaugh to step down.
"Your words. Your move. The women of America are waiting," Milano tweeted.