Hanoi Jane Fonda Claims She’s Never Done Anything to Hurt the Country She Betrayed
One reason traitors are traditionally shot is so we don’t have to listen to them sanctimoniously whitewashing their unforgivable behavior for the rest of their lives.
Jane Fonda is miffed that the QVC television channel canceled an opportunity for her to hawk a new book. QVC calls it a routine scheduling change. Ms. Fonda calls it proof of a right wing conspiracy to defame her. The moonbat harridan screams:
“Bottom line, this has gone on far too long, this spreading of lies about me! None of it is true. NONE OF IT! I love my country. I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us. I do not understand what the far right stands to gain by continuing with these myths.”
Here’s a photograph of her supposedly mythical two-week propaganda mission on behalf of our communist adversaries:
If Hanoi Jane had opposed the war during WWI, her fellow Democrat Woodrow Wilson would have thrown her in prison. But she didn’t oppose the Vietnam War so much as oppose American victory. After laughing and joking as she posed with enemy soldiers on a gun presumably used to shoot down American planes, she returned to release an anti-American propaganda film denouncing the USA for allegedly bombing dykes.
We won Vietnam on the battlefield. Where we lost was in the realm of propaganda, thanks to fellow travelers like Walter Cronkite and out-and-out traitors like Jane Fonda. Millions died in Southeast Asia as a result, and Vietnam is enslaved to this day. But Jane Fonda is still living large and evading responsibility for behavior that in more reasonable times would have resulted in a well-earned date with a firing squad.
On a tip from G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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