Jane Fonda: #MeToo 'Burst Forth' Because Victims Were 'White and Famous'

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“Hanoi Jane” is back at it, implementing her usual radically Left rhetoric in front of a bunch of people that automatically agree with her. Oh, she’s so brave.

Ill-informed activist — and sometimes actress — Jane Fonda made an racially-divisive assertion about the #MeToo movement at a news conference for the National Domestic Workers Alliance Thursday on Capitol Hill.

“When the #MeToo and the Time’s Up movement burst forth almost a year ago in Hollywood, I never thought I would live to see a day when women were actually heard,” Fonda said. “And I’m very aware of the fact that in the beginning, this happened the way it did because the women that were speaking out were white and they were famous.”

Leave it to a member of the Hollywood Communistic Cult to make yet another issue about race. Does it really matter what color the person was who uncorked the bottle on Hollywood’s sexual deviancy?

Just in case you actually want to listen to Fonda squawk from the podium, you can check out the video below:

 

This wouldn’t be the first time that Fonda has commented on the race of the initial accusers that started #MeToo.

Fonda appeared on MSNBC’s “All In With Chris Hayes in October 2017 alongside modern feminist BS-artist — excuse me, activist — Gloria Steinem and pretty much said the same thing.

“It feels like something has shifted,” Fonda said. “It’s too bad that it’s probably because so many of the women that were assaulted by Harvey Weinstein are famous and white and everybody knows them. This has been going on a long time to black women and other women of color and it doesn’t get out quite the same.”

Is Fonda saying that the claims of some women aren’t as valid because of their skin color? Is she even intelligent enough to make such a distinction?

The Left hijacked the #MeToo movement from the get-go, which automatically made the serious issue of sexual assault, harassment and abuse less about the victims and more about modern feminist agenda.

Whatever the case may be, Fonda is just like the rest of the radical Left who are constantly trying to divide people — no matter the situation — so that they stick to the victimhood group they’ve been assigned.

H/T: PJ Media

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