Hanoi Jane, the pampered daughter of Hollywood icon Henry Fonda, revealed in a far-leftist attack on Christian values and Western Civilization this week. She has been a social justice warrior telling people about the plight of poor people all of her life as a member of a family of radical leftist activist actors, without ever having left the comforts of Hollywood.
Recently the temperamental criminal activist openly talked about murdering politicians who wouldn’t obey her personal abortion demands.
She has battled lawmakers and Politicals for decades over her perceived right to be seen as an authority.
In Fonda’s current gig as an environmental greenie Political Pac, using Hollywood money to influence the small communities in the USA to be forced to adopt a utopian green agenda, she openly called for people to be murdered.
In a pouty rage, recently, in the role of Community Organizer, Fonda called for the deaths of pro-life politicians during an appearance on the show The View, continuing her long life of calling for the deaths of Americans to appease death profiteers.
While the other leftist women on the set, rushed to try to brush her comments off as “a joke”, Fonda gestured that she was not joking.
Of course, she is a Hollywood elite, so murder is ok for her to “joke about”. Right?
Interestingly the same Pope who punished Pavone for being Pro-life favors Pro-Abortion politicians, looking a lot like Hanoi Fonda’s Marxist activism.
Fonda, like most Abortion lovers, is what we call a ‘Control Freak”, In the slang of psychology, the colloquial term control freak describes a person with a personality disorder characterized by undermining other people, usually by way of controlling behavior manifested in the ways that he or she acts to dictate the order of things in a social situation.
What is more ultimate control than murdering a helpless baby as they struggle to survive? it is no wonder Fonda has gone to these extremes.
Consider this from the National Review author Kyle Smith about Fondda’s love of Communism:
Back around the time Jane Fonda was giving aid and comfort to America’s Communist enemies in North Vietnam, yukking it up with anti-aircraft gunners who shot down our troops — I wonder if there are any laws against that sort of thing — she also headlined an anti-U.S.O. tour. Despising the actual U.S.O. for its policy of giving aid and comfort to American troops, Fonda went on the road with a hippie rebuttal to bolster the chances of the North Vietnamese Stalinists who, after the war turned out the way she wanted it to, forced 300,000 people into prison camps for reeducation. Fonda’s tour was called “F.T.A.,” and in the opening moments of the documentary of the same name, you can see her on stage with her pal and Klute co-star Donald Sutherland screaming out what it stood for: “F*** the Army.”
The actress Hanoia Jane- also known as Jane Fonda, was revealed by Time Magazine for her treasonous pattern of abuse and temper tantrums at not being able to control free people in her pro-Communist activism:
Fonda was arrested in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 11, during a demonstration for action on climate change; it was part of a long history of activism by the actor that traced back to 1972, at which point the Vietnam War had been raging for roughly a decade.
Amid what was widely perceived as a lack of progress in the war, its continuation prompted widespread protests in the U.S. Around that time, Fonda focused her political activism solely on the antiwar movement. By that point, she was a prominent movie star.
Having worked on behalf of Native Americans and the Black Panthers in the 1960s, Fonda dove into protesting the Vietnam War, first with the formation of the “Free Army Tour” (FTA) with actor Donald Sutherland in 1970. FTA was an anti-war show designed to contrast Bob Hope’s USO tour, touring military bases on the West Coast and talking to soldiers before they were deployed to Vietnam.
In 1972, Fonda went on to tour North Vietnam in a controversial trip that would come to be the most famous — or infamous — part of her activist career and led to her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.” While in Vietnam, Fonda appeared on 10 radio programs to speak out against the U.S. military’s policy in Vietnam and beg pilots to cease bombing non-military targets. It was during that trip that a photograph was taken of her seated on an anti-aircraft gun in Hanoi, making it look like she would shoot down American planes.
At the time, Fonda’s public criticisms of U.S. leadership caused massive outrage among American officials and war veterans. According to the Washington Post, some lawmakers saw her protests as treasonous, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars called for Fonda to be tried as a traitor. At one point, the Maryland state legislature considered banning her and her films from the state.