Jane Fonda just went on The View and said Pro-Life politicians need to be "murdered"
When given the opportunity to call it a joke, she refused. pic.twitter.com/Kq6mFS9Eoc
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 10, 2023
Jane Fonda went on The View television show and made a point of standing up for human abortion. Said Ms Fonda:
“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.”
When pressed on what else can be done to support human abortion legislation other than marching and protesting, Fonda replied:
When hostess Joy Behar asserted that she was joking, Fonda didn’t respond to clarify whether she was joking or not.
Pulse is willing to give Ms. Fonda the benefit of the doubt that she simply made a bad joke. But when discussing such a highly-charged subject as abortion, which is a violent act against an innocent human being, humor of this nature can be misread.
She should know better, unless her mental acuity is in free fall.
As a reminder to coddled celebrities like Jane Fonda, abortion activists have perpetrated hundreds of acts of violence over the past few years:
- 72 Catholic churches have been attacked since last May, bringing the total to 210 since 2020.
- The violence includes, arson, destruction of historic churches, spray painting and graffiti of satanic messages, windows broken by rocks and bricks, and statutes destroyed, often with heads cut off.
- Since last May, 66 women’s pregnancy resource centers have been attacked, with two of those attacks occurring here in Des Moines.
Two terrorist groups take ‘credit’ for the attacks: Jane’s Revenge and Ruth Sent Us. They spray paint threatening messages, such as:
High profile activists such as Jane Fonda pour gasoline on the fire with hyperbolic rhetoric that suggests murder is a legitimate response to not getting your way in the abortion debate.
Either Jane Fonda was joking (we hope); or she meant it (we doubt it); or at the age of 85, she is slipping mentally and can’t control her mouth.
You be the judge and watch the clip above.