Should Peter Fonda Be Arrested For Threatening Barron - Many Americans Have Voted Yes
This whole manufactured hysteria by the leftover children at the border is really beginning to test my resolve on freedom of speech. Hollywood is full of reprobates, but Peter Fonda outdid the rest of them today. I have never seen such a vile, hateful, twisted sentiment against young Barron Trump than what was spewed by this jerk on Twitter. Oscar-nominated actor Peter Fonda called on a mob to “rip Barron Trump from his mother’s arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles.” Nice huh? He deserves a nice long visit from the Secret Service over this.
Barron Trump is just 12 years-old and he’s not an illegal immigrant. His parents have committed no crime at all. They are protecting America and serving the people of the United States. But because President Trump insists on security at the border, upholding the rule of law and that Congress solve the loophole that is separating children from their parents while they are being adjudicated for illegally entering the U.S., Hollywood celebs, the left and the media are suggesting all kinds of horror be visited on Trump’s youngest son as some sort of justice for fatherless immigrant kids. Never mind that of the 12,000 children who have crossed the border, 10,000 came over with no parents at all. It’s just disgusting beyond words.
Fonda wasn’t done by a long shot either. The next thing he called for was a mob of 90 million protesters to surround schools attended by the children of ICE agents in order to “scare the sh*t out of them and worry the f**k out of the agents” and to “make their children worry.” Who calls for something like that? It’s just plain evil. “Wanna stop this f**king monster,” Fonda wrote in another tweet, referring to President Trump, “90 million people in the streets on the same weekend! These Republican a******s are all in on it! The chief a****** is happy we are all very upset. We have to get even more angry with these Republicans.” He’s calling for violence in the streets over this – that’s called ‘incitement’.