“Hanoi Jane” Fonda has been a radical left-wing activist since the 1960s.
But the former Hollywood star seems to have gotten more violent and angry in her old age.
That’s why Jane Fonda was reported to Capitol Police by a GOP Congresswoman after the actress’ threats.
Congresswoman Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) has reported radical, far-left, and pro-abortion activist Jane Fonda to U.S. Capitol Police.
They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
Fonda was reported after she suggested “murder” as a way to deal with Republicans who oppose abortion.
The star of the 1969 widely acclaimed film They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? seems to think that applies for pro-life activists too.
Fonda was on ABC’s The View when the conversation veered into a talk more suited for Dateline.
The On Golden Pond actress began talking about contemplating homicide after she reacted to restrictions being placed on abortion by the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade in last year’s Dobbs decision.
The mere thought that killing children is now outlawed in many states sent Fonda into a rage-filled homicidal rant.
She even suggested pro-abortionists should begin killing Republican adults.
While Joy Behar tried to stammer that Fonda was kidding, Fonda just stared coldly at Behar and the audience.
And why would the pro-life community think Fonda was kidding?
The pro-abortion radicals believe in mass killings both for the pre-born and in many states even for children already born.
And they also promote suicide and the killing of the elderly, so adding in adults based solely on their politics isn’t really a stretch.
“I’ve thought of murder”
“We’re not going back. I don’t care what the laws are. We’re not going back,” Fonda said of protecting the abortion-mill industry from the law.
And she then, in response to a question about what women can do to protest restrictions on abortion, said, “I’ve thought of murder.”
Yep, you read that right.
Jane Fonda said she supports murder in order to protect – murder.
It actually makes sense in a bizarre, twisted, leftist, pro-abortion way.
But Fonda didn’t just say it once and let it go.
Fonda later repeated her “murder” suggestion and made no apologies.
Well, that is until the ensuing backlash hit on social media, in the mainstream media, and even on Capitol Hill.
That’s when Fonda tried to write off her controversial comments saying she was just engaging in “hyperbole.”
Threats on a Member of Congress
Fonda’s murder comment, not surprisingly, resulted in action by pro-abortion activists.
They clearly saw the call to murder as a rallying cry.
One pro-abortion radical was inspired to direct a threat against Florida Congresswoman Anna Paulina Luna.
The Congresswoman took to Twitter to lay into both Fonda and ABC over the threatening comments.
Luna tweeted, “I have notified Capitol Police of Jane Fonda’s call to murder pro-life politicians. I am a pro-life member of Congress. As she did not retract or clarify that she was ‘joking’ with her statement, we are taking this threat as a serious one.”
Luna added, “Jane Fonda and The View, must issue a full retraction of Fonda’s sickening call to murder pro-life politicians and those who fight for the rights of unborn babies.”
“This leads to targeting and can result in someone being seriously hurt,” the Congresswoman pointed out.
Fonda has since tried to offer a weak statement clarifying her “murder” comment, but no one seems to be buying it.
Given how she once posed smiling and singing anti-war songs for North Vietnamese propaganda photos on an anti-aircraft gun that very likely killed American soldiers in battle, perhaps it’s not surprising after all.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.