Hollywood star and radical liberal activist Jane Fonda just spoke out to blast President Donald Trump and his daughter, White House advisor Ivanka Trump, while also revealing what she plans to “make” Joe Biden do if he wins.
In a lengthy interview with The New York Times, Fonda patronizingly said that she has “empathy” for President Trump because she sees him as a “traumatized” and “frightened child” who is still dealing with emotional scars from his past. Of course, she offered nothing to support this assertion since there is no evidence of that whatsoever.
She then added that despite his emotional scars, Trump is still “very, very dangerous because he’s got his hands on all the buttons.”
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Not stopping there, Fonda bizarrely said that Trump reminds her of her third husband, CNN founder Ted Turner.
“I thought, he’s [Trump] has been traumatized as a child, kind of like Ted as a child, so there are certain things that I understand about this kind of man,” the Academy Award-winning actress said.
Fonda also went after Trump’s daughter Ivanka, claiming that she had tried to get her onboard with her radical climate activism.
“I told her my idea and she laughed and I never heard from her again,” Fonda said.
We’re sure that this was not the first time Fonda got this reaction from someone when spouting one of her crazy ideas, nor would it be the last.
These days, Fonda’s eyes are firmly on the future, as she has big plans for what she will “make” Biden do for the environment if he wins the election.
“We have to cut fossil fuel emissions in half by 2030 and that’s going to be hard for him [Biden], and we have to make them do it but we can,” she said. “This is where civil disobedience comes in.”
This perfectly sums up what makes Biden so dangerous. Radical liberals like Fonda don’t see him as a viable candidate. Instead, they see him as someone they can easily bully and force into submitting to their radical demands.
We can’t let crazies like Fonda get their way in this election. Now more than ever, we need four more years of Trump.