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Jane Fonda Says Out Loud What The Left is Thinking About Pro-Life Supporters
"Joy Behar then questioned Fonda, “Besides marching and protesting what else do you suggest?” Fonda responds, “Well, murder.”
Jane Fonda, aka “Hanoi Jane”
Jane Fonda visits anti-aircraft gun position near Hanoi, Vietnam
In 1972 in the midst of the Viet Nam War, Jane Fonda traveled to Hanoi:
Among all the soldiers, officers, spies, politicians, socialists, anti-war activists, and draft dodgers, somehow actress Jane Fonda became one of the most controversial figures during the Vietnam War.
Although many of her actions, including speaking on Radio Hanoi and denying the reported conditions of American POWS, drew criticism, it was her posing for a photo on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun that sparked widespread hatred among veterans and the South Vietnamese alike, and earned her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.”
Obviously because of all the bad PR, she has repeatedly profusely apologized many times. However, curiously back in 2017 after the election of Donald Trump, Fonda said she didn't regret going to Viet Nam, only the pictures from her last day there.
From Bizpac Review. com:
Speaking of perceptions, Fonda was later asked if she was proud of her country, to which she responded with an emphatic “no.”
“But, I’m proud of the resistance,” Fonda said. “I’m proud of the people who are turning out in unprecedented numbers and continue over and over and over again to protest what Trump is doing. I’m very proud of them, that core.”
Yep, from the Vietnam era to today, one thing remains the same…
Commies gonna Commie.
Modern day on “The View”:
She said she has no intention of obeying laws concerning abortion.
We have experienced many decades, now, of having agency over our body of being able to determine when and how many children to have. We know what that feels like. We know what that’s done for our lives.
We’re not going back. I don’t care what the laws are. We’re not going back.
Joy Behar then questioned Fonda, “Besides marching and protesting what else do you suggest?”
Fonda responded to the question saying, “Well, murder.”
Lily Tomlin then asked Fonda, “What did you say?” Fonda replied, “Murder.”
Behar then attempted to cover for Fonda saying, “She’s kidding. She’s just kidding. You don’t know. They’ll pick up on that. She’s just kidding.”
Fonda stayed silent as Behar attempted to claim it was all a joke. She then gave Behar a stone look as the crowd laughed. Hostin then completely changed the discussion.
Violence against pro-life advocates:
Since the George Floyd riots began on May 28, 2020, there have been at least 300 attacks on Catholic churches in the United States.
At least 140 attacks have occurred on Catholic Churches since the draft Supreme Court opinion proposing to reverse Roe v. Wade was leaked in early May 2022.
As of September, 2022, Jane’s Revenge has claimed responsibility for at least 18 arson and vandalism attacks on crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) and other faith-based organizations throughout the U.S. since the May 2 leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade.
The FBI tracked a woman all the way to Alaska because she had a similar coat to someone on a video from Jan. 6, 2021. Yet cannot find one Jane's Revenge member, despite their use of social media including Twitter!
Between May 3 and Sept. 24, 2022, pro-life advocates and organizations have been shot, firebombed, vandalized, stolen from and threatened in at least 135 attacks, the research group found. In contrast, researchers found only six crime reports targeting abortion activists and pro-abortion groups in the same period.
18 U.S. Code § 1503 - Influencing or injuring officer or juror generally:
Despite threatening judges, officers of the court or jurors in an attempt to influence their decisions being against federal law, threatening protesters were allowed outside the homes of Supreme Court Judges for days by alleged Attorney General Garland.
The pro-abortion group ‘Ruth Sent Us’ suggested targeting the children of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett with protests against the court’s leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
The group tweeted an infographic with the name of Barrett’s church. It also identified the school that Barrett’s children attend, and encouraged protesters to “voice your anger” by demonstrating there.
Just because “Hanoi Jane” was the only one who said it out load does not mean the others are not thinking it as demonstrated by their actions.
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