Jane Fonda: Without ‘Racism’ and ‘Misogyny,’ ‘There Would Be No Climate Crisis’

Jane Fonda, 84, claimed that climate change is linked to American racism in an MSNBC appearance.

The elderly actress joined “The Beat” to discuss the state of the world, and declared that without the twin evils of racism and misogyny, climate change would not exist.

“If there were no racism, there would be no climate crisis,” Fonda declared. “If there was no misogyny, there would be no climate crisis.” The octogenarian concluded, “It’s part of a mindset, it’s the mindset that looks at a woman and says, ‘Nice ***.'”

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson, responding on his “Tucker Carlson Tonight” broadcast, suggested that Fonda was linking climate change to the behavior of her ex husband.

“In other words, my ex husbands cause climate change!” Carlson said, laughing. “It’s all about her. So great.”

Republican pundits predictably mocked the elderly actress for her climate change claims on social media.

Fonda, now indisputably in her twilight years, recently told reporters that she is ready to embrace the end.

She made the remarks last month to Entertainment Tonight, describing them as “realistic” rather than macabre, and declared that she’s had a “great life.”

“When you get to be my age, you better be aware of the amount of time that is behind you as opposed to in front of you,” said Fonda. She added, “I’m not afraid of going. I’m ready, I’ve had a great life.”

Fonda revealed that she was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in September of this year, as noted The Daily Mail, though she wrote on social media that it was a “very treatable cancer” and that she was confident in her team of doctors. She will be 85 on December 21.

This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.


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