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Jane Fonda will do to critics of her climate, protests: ‘people do not’

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ClimateDepot.com executive editor Marc Morano on his encounter with Jane Fonda.

Actress Jane Fonda, reportedly spent the night in jail after her arrest on Friday on a climate-change protest in Washington, D. C.

However, before they were taken into custody, the old Hollywood star had some strong words to say about the people who have featured her in “Fire-Drill “this Friday” protests in the capital city of the country, just like any other performance of a lifetime in entertainment.

“People are always going to be an attack on the way,” Fonda told Washington’s FOX-5. “The best way to attack a celebrity for saying,” Here she is, doing it for their own glory or for promotion or whatever it is.’

JANE FONDA, ROSANNA ARQUETTE AND CATHERINE KEENER WERE ARRESTED DURING A PROTEST TO DC

“It doesn’t matter,” she added. “These people are not of interest to you. It doesn’t matter. A good time getting to know people. I was able to do a lot of different things, not only will you obtain there. And I’m going to be there when it’s snowing, rain is sleeting, hurricane, it doesn’t really matter. I’m going to be in it.”

“The best way to attack a celebrity for saying,” Here she is, doing it for their own glory or for promotion or whatever it is.’ It doesn’t matter. Those people don’t matter.”

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Fonda, who will turn 82 in November, told FOX 5 she doesn’t believe that climate change is an urgent crisis, and it requires a massive in the streets in protest at the unprecedented campaign” to push the politicians and others to take action.

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According to reports, Friday’s arrest was the fourth for Fonda as she began a weekly protest in the neighborhood of Capitol hill, but FOX 5 reported, for the first time since his arrival in Washington and that she was required to stay in jail overnight.

Was arrested, along with Fonda, in the Heart of the Senate Building on Friday was the actress Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener. In the past few weeks, the actors Ted Danson and Sam Waterston have been arrested by Fonda.

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