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As President He reacted to Jane Fonda’s latest string of arrests, while he was speaking at a meeting on Wednesday in La.
The president, in agreement with the 81-year-old actress, who have been protesting on the Capitol steps in Washington, D. C., and for a number of weeks, in an effort to shine a light on climate change. During the rally, He began by talking about the climate change lawyers, and when he went down to the Grace and Frankie star”.
“She is arrested, and Jane Fonda, there is no change. I can remember 30 or 40 years ago, they arrested her,” he told the crowd. “It is always with the handcuffs on, oh man. She waves to everyone in the ground. I can’t believe it.”
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He went down to Fonda’s 1972 visit to North Vietnam that earned her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.”
“You know what it is yet? She was going to go to Vietnam to find out just how good they were. They weren’t too kind to her, and by the way,” he said. “No, no, she was arrested for her today. Jane Fonda, there is no change. They have to arrest every 25 years, to arrest her.”
In this case, Fonda was recently arrested on a Friday.
In spite of the comments made by the chairman, Lex doesn’t seem to be hindered in her mission to get arrested every week in their “Fire Drill ” on Friday” to encourage people to take action on climate change.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda was arrested at the state Capitol to block the street after she and other protesters called on Congress to take action to address climate change in Washington.
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“People are always going to be an attack on the way,” Fonda told Washington’s FOX 5, after her fourth arrest since the start of the fight. “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,” 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 actress appeared on Wednesday’s “the View,” where she explained her decision to break the law as an act of protest.
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“You know something? Climate activists have been doing this for over 40 years. We have been writing articles and giving speeches, we can put the facts out to the American public and the politicians of the world, and we have marched and we have rallied peacefully — and the fossil fuel industry, are doing it more and more, and more, to the injury of ourselves and of our environment, and our young people are the future,” she explained. “So, we need to up the ante and engage in civil disobedience — that is, it means getting arrested.”