The actor Jane Fonda emerged recently in an attempt to rally liberal voters for the upcoming presidential election. During an event at Colorado State University, Fonda used climate change to appeal to people to vote for the Democrats. She emphasized that the current generation is the first to experience the effects of the climate crisis and the last to do something about it. Fonda encouraged voters to prioritize climate change in their decision making and to engage in political action to combat the crisis. She also discussed the Vietnam War and Vietnam relations.
Later, Fonda doubled down on her statements, urging people to show up for others and involve themselves in addressing the climate issues. She emphasized the importance of understanding and listening to others to enact meaningful change. Fonda also spoke about her transformation into an activist over time and highlighted the necessity of women’s friendships in creating deeper connections.
Fonda’s comments on the Vietnam War and her radical liberal views are not surprising, given her history. However, she may not be influencing many minds with her leftist speeches. Share your thoughts in the comments section and continue to engage with reliable sources that you trust.