85-year-old actress Jane Fonda doesn’t like pro-life folks who want to save babies. So she wants them dead too, right along side of the babies that are aborted.
She was on The View recently along with gal pal Lily Tomlin promoting their movie “Moving On.” It was during this appearance when Fonda said that murder would be a good way to combat new abortion laws.
Hm… that seems to be the Democrat solution to the issue entirely. Just kill anyone who stands in the way of a woman’s right to choose to not have their lives inconvenienced.
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View co-host Joy Behar pointed out that Tomlin was also in a movie with the same director about a grandmother trying to raise money for her granddaughter to get an abortion. Then Behar talked about the decision of Walgreens to stop carrying the abortion pill in 21 states.
Tomlin said that the current backsliding of abortion laws is awful and then Fonda interjected herself into the conversation and said, “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.”
View co-host Joy Behar asked her, “Besides marching and protesting, what else do you suggest?”
That’s when Fonda answered, “Well, I’ve thought of murder.”
Lily Tomlin who was sitting next to her asked, “What did you say?” Fonda answered, “murder.” Tomlin smiled and the audience laughed.
Behar tried to cover her butt by saying, “She’s just kidding…” but Fonda didn’t walk back the comment as a joke or apologize for it while on the show. Then when Behar said Fonda was “kidding” again, Fonda gave Behar a look as if to say, “no I’m not kidding.”
And then they all giggled again.
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