It’s no surprise that far-left extremist Jane Fonda is once again spewing dangerous and violent rhetoric. During Friday’s episode of ABC’s The View, Fonda boldly declared that the “final solution” to pro-lifers was to “murder” Republican politicians. Even when her friend Joy Behar tried to claim Fonda was “just joking,” the communist activist shot her a pointed look that said she was dead serious.
Fonda had just declared that “it does involve murder” in response to Behar asking what the solution was to the proliferation of pro-life laws around the country. This was during her promotion of her new movie. Fonda had declared, “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.”
Sunny Hostin, who seemed to think Fonda’s radical rhetoric was cute, even suggested that Fonda was set to “get a Nobel Prize very, very soon.” Behar then asked Fonda for a better solution than just “marching and protesting,” for which Fonda proclaimed “it does involve murder.” She even reiterated it when her friend Lily Tomlin asked for clarification:
BEHAR: Besides marching and protesting, what else do you suggest?
FONDA: Well, it does involve murder.
LILY TOMLIN: Well, it doesn’t happen overnight. It’s not a miraculous – What did you say?
Behar immediately jumped in to attempt to defuse Fonda’s incendiary remark, suggesting, “She’s kidding. Wait a second, she’s just kidding … She’s just kidding.” “Don’t say that,” Tomlin told Fonda.
These comments are beyond irresponsible and dangerous. In recent years, Republicans have had their lives threatened and taken by liberal extremists. Last year, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Bret Kavanaugh and his family were the target of an attempted assassination, New York gubernatorial nominee Lee Zeldin fought off an attacker during a speech at a campaign stop, two New Jersey city council members Eunice Dwumfour and Russell Heller were gunned down in cold blood, and that’s not to mention the series of terrorist attacks on pro-life centers.
The View should have condemned Fonda’s comments instead of trying to play them off. Hostin nervously suggested they change the subject, praising Fonda’s “legendary” activism. But Fonda’s rhetoric was deadly serious and her comment that “it does involve murder” was not made in jest.
It’s important that I note that Fonda gave a sideways explanation on Fox News, calling her murder comment a ‘joke’ but what does it look like to you?
Fonda’s comments reveal the terrifying agenda of the far left. Abortion, gender transitioning of children, and now murder are all being advocated by these extremists and if we don’t stand up and speak out against it, it will only get worse.
What I see; Fonda’s words are a call to violence, and they should not be taken lightly. We must reject this kind of dangerous rhetoric and stand up for the rights of the unborn.