VILE: Hanoi Jane Fonda Calls COVID “God’s Gift To The Left”

( Jane Fonda, best known as “Hanoi Jane” after she sided with Vietnam in 1972, made the shocking claim this week that the Chinese coronavirus was “God’s gift to the left.” Fonda, who is aged 82 and has an impressive acting history and career that continues to this day, even admitted that her claims were “terrible” but stood by then.

During an interview, Fonda seemed to imply that President Donald Trump was a fascist and that this election was about stopping fascism.

“We can stop fascism. We are at a point where we can…this is a crossroads. It’s an existential crossroads. And we are people who can determine which way humanity goes,” Fonda said.

Then, in reference to COVID, she claimed it was a “great gift” and a “tremendous opportunity.”

“We’re just so lucky!” she said. “We have to use it with every ounce of intelligence and courage and wherewithal we have, because you’re absolutely right. This is it. This is it. I just think COVID is God’s gift to the Left.”

Can you believe that?

Well, if you can’t, you can watch with your own eyes!

“It’s a terrible thing to say. I mean, I think it was a very difficult thing to send down to us, but it has ripped the Band-Aid off who he is and what he stands for, and what is being done to average people and working people in this country,” Fonda said.

She did not explain, however, what she believed is being done to average people in the United States. Before the Chinese coronavirus hit the country, unemployment had hit record lows. It was a huge gift to American workers, including Black and Hispanic workers who also reached record low unemployment numbers.

Also, after leaving the Walter Reed Medical Center following his COVID-19 diagnosis, President Donald Trump vowed on Wednesday to make available an experimental antibody cocktail developed by Regeneron available to all Americans for free.

“We’re going to get you the drug, it’s going to be free,” President Trump said.

Trump said the military would handle the distribution of the potentially life-saving drug.

Which one sounds like the champion of the American people here?