The actress Jane Fonda donated $100,000 to a political group, the efforts to eliminate rep Darrell Issa from Congress in the 2018 midterm elections.
To displace Jane Fonda, donations such as the latest liberal Hollywood celebrities, a lot of money in an effort, US rep Darrell Issa in the next election year.
“Hanoi Jane”, which is in turn 80 years old on Thursday, has allegedly contributed to a $100,000 Flip 49th! Neighbors in action, a political action committee looking to turn to, California, 49th constituency of the Democrats.
The group has already reported $15,000 of HBO’s “Real Time” host Bill Maher, as well as $2,500 for Leonardo DiCaprio, the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Issa stopped in the 49th district house seat since 2001.
“We will continue to work tirelessly to defeat them, Darrell Issa, one of Congress’s richest members, and we are calling for the patriots from around the country to support our efforts,” spokesman Jeremy Addis-Mills said, the Union-Tribune ” via E-Mail.
But in spite of Fonda, the major contribution is, Issa’s campaign spokesman Calvin Moore argued that the actress’ generosity could also be reported to the desired result for the anti-Issa of effort, the Washington Free Beacon.
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Fox411: the actress Jane Fonda, revealed recently in a BBC interview that she is not proud of America, but is proud of the people protesting, the President of the efforts.
“Just for a district, the home of Camp Pendleton and so many Marines and veterans who have served our country with honor, that the protesters and the political opposition, funded by Jane Fonda — who is not one-sided with North Vietnam government, about our men and women in uniform-really to play very well for you, “ he said, according to the Free Beacon.
Fonda was called “Hanoi Jane” after she visited North Vietnam and criticized the damage caused by the US bombing. Issa district of the Northern San Diego County has a strong military presence, which also reported the home of Camp Pendleton, where nearly 100,000 Marines are stationed, the Free Beacon.
Looking for a challenge Issa next year democratic primary candidate Doug Applegate, a retired Marine Colonel who lost to Issa in the 2016 election by fewer than 2,000 votes, and Mike Levin, an environmentalist, a lawyer, of the Free Beacon are reported.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.