In a tweet sent out early Wednesday morning the extreme far left liberal actor Peter Fonda, otherwise known as Hanoi Jane’s brother actually called for 12-year-old First Son Barron Trump to be “ripped” from his mother First Lady Melania’s arms and put in a cage “with pedophiles.”
But the actor didn’t stop his sick fantasies there, he also called for the public caging and r**e of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen in a tweet Tuesday and in the vulgar tweet, Fonda said “Kristjen Nielsen is a lying gash that should be put in a cage and poked at by passersby.” He continued, “The gash should be pilloried in Lafayette Square naked and whipped by passersby while being filmed for posterity.”
But now it’s starting to look like Sony Pictures didn’t take too kindly to Fonda’s lunatic rant even though the out of his mind actor apologized. In a statement, Sony Picture Classics said Fonda’s comments were “abhorrent, reckless and dangerous” and that “we condemn them completely.” But in typical liberal protecting liberal fashion the statement also goes on to explain that Fonda has only a “minor role” in the film and the studio will not be pulling it in fairness to the other actors in the ensemble cast.
Later they did confirm the film will have a limited release of only five theaters in what will most likely be extreme far left areas such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.
Here is more on this via The Daily Caller:
“Sony Pictures has released a statement on Peter Fonda, the actor who has sent vile, disturbing threats to women and children associated with the Trump administration.
Sony Pictures Classics, which will be releasing a movie co-starring Fonda in a matter of days, said in a statement sent to The Daily Caller that Fonda’s comments were “abhorrent, reckless and dangerous” and that “we condemn them completely.” The statement goes on to explain that Fonda has only a “minor role” in the film and the studio will not be pulling it in fairness to the other actors in the ensemble cast. Sony’s full statement:
“Peter Fonda’s comments are abhorrent, reckless and dangerous, and we condemn them completely. It is important to note that Mr. Fonda plays a very minor role in the film. To pull or alter this film another creative talent fairly penalize the filmmaker Shana Feste’s accomplishment, the many actors, crew members and other creative talent that worked hard on the project. We plan to open the film as scheduled this weekend, in a limited release of five theaters.”
Fonda found himself under heavy scrutiny Wednesday after tweeting that the president’s 11-year-old son Barron should be ripped away from his family and caged with pedophiles.
Fonda has since deleted the tweet.
Fonda’s manager Alan Somers sent The Daily Caller an apology from Fonda, blaming the vulgar tweet on the images of children on migrant the U.S. border. After the threat against the president’s son, spokeswoman for the first lady Stephanie Grisham told The Daily Caller that the Secret Service has been “notified” of the tweet.
Fonda has also tweeted advocating the public caging and r**e of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. The vulgar tweet said Nielsen should be “pilloried in Lafayette Square naked and whipped by passersby while being filmed for posterity.”
He also advocated for White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to be separated from her children.”
Now compare this reaction to the reaction ABC had when they were very happy to pull the plug on the TV show Roseanne because of a tasteless joke. That was a joke, this is a sick fantasy of this typical Hollywood type against a 12-year-old boy and women he doesn’t agree with.
Whatever happens here let’s hope Peter Fonda never gets work again! Due to his antics of trashing a child, the first son no less, he’s likely headed for being an unemployable actor. His big mouth and abusive remarks that were so bad that the first lady had to contact Secret Service for extra protection of Barron, is a risk to any business. Corporations aren’t probably wanting to take with ratings already struggling across the board for cinema and liberal sitcoms. Fonda didn’t respect the president, a child, or his career is saying these things and doesn’t deserve respect in return.
Here is more on Hanoi Jane via The Patriot Post:
“As for the success of anti-democracy protests by radical protagonists like Fonda, John Kerry and others, Hanoi could not have been more pleased.
General Vo Nguyen Giap, supreme leader of the North Vietnamese Army, told CBS in a 1989 interview: “We paid a high price [during the Tet offensive] but so did you [Americans] … not only in lives and materiel. Do not forget the war was brought into the living rooms of the American people. … The most important result of the Tet offensive was it made you de-escalate the bombing, and it brought you to the negotiation table. It was, therefore, a victory…. The war was fought on many fronts. At that time the most important one was American public opinion. “
More to the point, in a 1995 interview with The Wall Street Journal, Bui Tin, a communist contemporary of Giap and Ho Chi Minh, who was serving as an NVA colonel assigned to the general staff at the time Saigon fell, had this to say about the Leftmedia and Soviet puppets like “Hanoi” Jane Fonda and John Kerry: “[They were] essential to our strategy. Support of the war from our rear was completely secure while the American rear was vulnerable. Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio to follow the growth of the American antiwar movement. Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda, and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the face of battlefield reverses.”
Bui stated further, “Those people represented the conscience of America. The conscience of America was part of its war-making capability, and we were turning that power in our favor. America lost because of its democracy; through dissent and protest it lost the ability to mobilize a will to win.”
Most notably, But observed, that the 1968 Tet Offensive was “to weaken American resolve during a presidential election year. We had the impression that American commanders had their hands tied by political factors. Your generals could never deploy a maximum force for greatest military effect.”
Sixteen years later, under enormous pressure after Ronald Reagan had restored the honorable social standing of military service, Fonda admitted to former American POWs and their families that she regretted the pain she caused them. Few accepted her apology.”