Jane Fonda Gones BANANAS! You’ll Never Guess What Liberal Craziness She Just Did

Republican voters were left outraged after left-wing activist Jane Fonda made controversial comments on ABC’s “The View” suggesting that Americans who support abortion restrictions should be subject to “murder.”

Fonda’s comments were met with applause from the audience, prompting Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.) to notify Capitol Police of a potential threat.

As a pro-life member of Congress, Luna stated that Fonda’s remarks were not only dangerous but also sickening. She called for Fonda and “The View” to issue a full retraction of the statement, saying that calling for the murder of pro-life politicians can lead to targeting and serious harm.

Fellow Republican Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) also took to Twitter, calling Fonda’s remarks “incitement.” He summarized Fonda’s statement as “well, so long as SOMEONE gets murdered.”

Jane Fonda has a history of controversial statements and actions, including her visit to North Vietnam in 1972, where she gave the Soviet-backed North Vietnam communist regime a public relations victory by being photographed sitting on an enemy anti-aircraft gun. Fonda has since apologized to Vietnam veterans for her actions.

Fonda’s transformation from actress to activist began several years earlier when she became active in the Black Panthers and marched for the rights of American Indians, soldiers, and working mothers. She went all-in as an impassioned voice for the antiwar movement, starting an “anti-USO” troupe to counter Bob Hope’s famous shows for the troops.

Fonda has since walked back her comments on “The View,” stating that her comments were made in jest. She emphasized that women’s reproductive rights are a serious issue, and people should focus on the actual problem at hand rather than passing jokes and tangential issues.

Republican voters are concerned about the normalization of violence against those who disagree with liberal ideology, and Fonda’s comments have only added to their worries. They believe that everyone should have the right to express their opinion without fear of violence or retribution.

Republicans vow to protect the rights of the unborn and the safety of all politicians, regardless of their political beliefs. They call on all Americans to reject violent rhetoric and to work towards peaceful solutions to political differences.