Jane Fonda still doesn’t realize she was on the wrong side

What a Bitch

Hanoi Jane in '72

James Rummell points out Hanoi Jane’s response after QVC cancelled an invitation after they received a lot of phone calls complaining about the Commie bitch’s scheduled appearance:

“I am, to say the least, deeply disappointed that QVC caved to this kind of insane pressure by some well funded and organized political extremist groups”

Maybe she thinks is was just some lark and that people believe her claims that she didn’t really mean any harm.

Talk about insane.

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    1. Being against a bad war and actively letting yourself be suckered in, or worse yet volunteering to create propaganda for the other side are two different things. The latter is treason.

  1. I’m still a bit skeptical that this isn’t just a publicity stunt.

    That being said, it took me many years to come to the point where I have no problem with any celebrity, movie star, musician, business, or just next door neighbor spouting whatever political view they might believe in.

    I also have no problem with any other celebrity, movie star, musician, business, or just next door neighbor who, based on that outspoken behavior, refuses to deal with the first celebrity, movie star, musician, business, or next door neighbor.

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