It would appear that Peter Fonda is following in his sister’s footsteps. On June 19, Fonda tweeted that 12-year-old Barron Trump “should be ripped from his mother’s arms and put in a cage with pedophiles and see if mother will stand up against the giant A/H she is married to.”
In another tweet, Fonda suggested people opposed to the border policy should track down the addresses of federal agents and “surround their homes in protest,” adding “we should find out what schools their children go to and surround the schools in protest.”
If these two tweets aren’t considered inciting people to riot, I don’t know what is.
Fonda’s newest film, “Boundaries,” is due to come out Friday. The filmmakers say Fonda should not have said those “nasty things.” However, the film is still going to be released on time. How about a boycott of this film? That is no worse than Fonda inciting a riot.
Fonda will never pay for his horrible comments. In fact, he will probably gain from them just as his sister, Jane Fonda, did in the past. Remember Hanoi Jane?” Jane went to Vietnam to back our enemy, North Vietnam, while they held hundreds of our soldiers captive. She stood on a tank in front of news cameras from around the world and proclaimed that America was bad. Worse yet, she interviewed many of our POWs, took pieces of paper from them begging her to contact their families for them and then turned those over to the North Vietnamese military, who in turn beat these POWs, some to death. Was she ever punished? She should have been tried as a traitor and hung. Instead she became very rich. The veterans have never forgotten “Hanoi Jane” and neither should you.
Now we have her brother, Peter, trying to incite people to harm the president’s son as well as the children of our border patrol officers. It’s a shame that the only thing we can do is boycott his film.