Conservative actor James Woods has set aside his political differences to help Me Too
Alyssa Milano, a defender in action, when a wildfire in Southern California threatened her home.
Milano was looking for a safe place for the horses of her family when she and her husband evacuated their home with their two children.
Woods posted a message on his Twitter account asking if anyone could help the actress.
She wrote: & # 39; If someone can remove 5 horses from the fire, please help & # 39 ;.
James Woods (left) made a call on Twitter to help Alyssa Milano (right) move her horses
Woods was quick to declare that Milano needed help because forest fires raged in a number of areas.
He wrote: & # 39; She needs help with five horses. Earlier it was reported that her horses had been evacuated, but she says that did not happen.
& # 39; Contact her @Alyssa_Milano to get her location or use my hashtag #SoCalFiresJamesWoods This is a serious question. & # 39;
The actor was an outspoken critic of democrats and liberal policies. While initially supporting the Carly Fiorina presidential campaign in 2016, Woods is a vocal supporter of President Trump.
After the 2016 elections, Woods said he stopped Twitter because of censorship. Later, however, he came back to the platform and tweeted regularly.
He even gave advice to Milan about what to do if she could not find a safe place for the horses.
Offers of safe places for the horses came in, and Milano tweeted quickly that everything with a heartbeat is safe & # 39; and thanked people for their concern.
Woods initially added a special hashtag #CampFireJamesWoods for the deadly blast north of Sacramento in Butte Country, which has scorched about 70,000 hectares.
Woods helped Alyssa Milano get help finding a safe place for her horses on Twitter
Woods turned his Twitter page into a place where people can get information about missing loved ones or anyone looking for help for their animals
He later added #SoCalFiresJames Woods to the Hill Fire near Hill Canyon in Ventura County, north of Los Angeles, which burned 6,000 acres on Friday morning, and the 14,000-acre Woolsey fire south of Simi Valley in Los Angeles County . Malibu houses threatened by Woolsey were ordered to be evacuated on Friday.
Woods claimed that the operation of social media was "so much more rewarding than arguing with politics."
He assured his followers that he was safe and far from the fires, visiting New England.
Some people criticized Milan on social media with the question: why would someone want to help @alyssa_milano?
Woods intervened quickly and said: & # 39; Because her animals are in danger and she needs help & # 39 ;.
Woods defended Milan against some social media troops who also criticized him for helping
Milano received a response from some social media users who said they would not help her
Despite their enormous political differences, Milano James Wood thanks for his help during the fires
Woods quickly criticized the Democrats on the day of the midterm elections.
On Wednesday, he struck the democratic Georgian gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for refusing to give GOP candidate Brian Kemp a very tight race while the votes were still being counted.
Woods called it & # 39; not very stylish, but not surprisingly.
Milano has focused its attention on political activism and various movements
Milano had also claimed that she took a day off & # 39; but would go back to Baby & # 39; s are still separated from their families, Reproductive Freedom, LGBTQ rights and combat racism and intolerance.
In response to allegations of sexual misconduct against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, Milano sent a tweet that turned the hashtag #MeToo into a fight against sexual assault and bullying.
In December, Milano and Tarana Burke, the maker of the original Me Too movement in 2006, became Time Magazine & # 39; s Silence Breakers & # 39; recognized as the person of the year.
Milano brought celebrities to the polling stations in Alabama's special Senate election to increase voter turnout for Democrat Doug Jones in his attempt to defeat Republican Roy Moore, the accused child abuser whose bid received national attention.