Actress Jane Fonda stunned viewers of the Late Night Show when she told host Stephen Colbert that ‘Trumpers’ should use adult diapers to stop all of the leaks.
Fonda, a longtime Hollywood star, launched into the film industry in 1968 with her risque sci-fi film, Barbarella. Since then, she’s become a seasoned actress and seasoned protester with a long history of opposing the United States government.
“What an honor. If we find out I wasn’t on Trump’s enemies list, I will be very insulted,” Fonda said to Colbert, who is also a known Trump opposer.
Fonda boasted that she loved being on Nixon’s naughty list during the 70s. Throughout the Vietnam War, she picketed Washington at numerous protests and even took a questionable trip to the battlefield. Fonda was nicknamed “Hanoi Jane” after visiting the Vietnam capital of Hanoi where she toured POW camps.
It’s clear that her goal is to become an enemy of Trump with her little insults on these talk shows. She also dubbed Trump the “Predator and Chief” on Bill Maher’s controversial HBO show. Then, she continued to preach how celebrities should speak out against the government to push the buttons of the president.
Fonda noted that celebrities have an obligation to “bring attention to things that wouldn’t normally get attention.” She cited Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech as an example of a time where celebrities were able to ruffle the feathers of the President. Antics from celebs like Fonda and Streep might be celebrated in Hollywood, but most Americans scoff at their pompous attitude towards patriotism. At the end of the day, they are just actors or musicians. If they want to actually make a difference then they should quit and take give Washington a shot. There, Trump would really be able to show them the truth behind politics and how America should be run!