Jane Fonda: Weinstein accusers get media attention because they’re “famous and white”

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Hanoi Jane: Now deciding to be “brave”

Ironically, Fonda knew of Weinstein’s past and said nothing. Hanoi Jane deflects with the race card. How original.

From Fox News: Actress Jane Fonda said she believes people were tuning in to hear Harvey Weinstein accusers’ stories because they are “famous and white and everybody knows them.”

In an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Fonda and her friend, longtime activist Gloria Steinem, were asked about the Weinstein scandal that has rocked Hollywood, Variety reported.

“It feels like something has shifted,” Fonda told Hayes. “It’s too bad that it’s probably because so many of the women that were assaulted by Harvey Weinstein are famous and white and everybody knows them. This has been going on a long time to black women and other women of color and it doesn’t get out quite the same.”

Earlier this month, The New York Times released an exposé stating Weinstein paid off women who accused him of sexual misconduct for decades. The New Yorker released its own investigative report of women coming forward to accuse the disgraced Hollywood producer of sexual assault and rape.

The fallout caused Weinstein to be fired from the company he co-founded with his brother Bob and kicked out of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Many A-list stars, including Angelina Jolie and Lupita Nyong’o, have detailed their uncomfortable encounters with the Hollywood mogul. Other famous actresses have come forward with their stories of sexual misconduct in the film industry.

Earlier this month, Fonda came under fire for admitting to the BBC that she knew of the allegations against Weinstein a year ago but kept silent.

Fonda explained she believed women did not speak out before due to Weinstein’s power. Fonda confirmed she was not one of Weinstein’s victims. “I didn’t want to expose and I will admit that I should have been braver. And I think from now on I will be when I hear such stories,” Fonda said.


14 responses to “Jane Fonda: Weinstein accusers get media attention because they’re “famous and white”

  1. Hey Jane, you look like home-made crap.
    And you’re an idiot.
    BTW sell your CNN stock quick.

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  2. Says the attention whore…

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  3. So is Harvey Weinstein a white supremacist since he didn’t hit on black girls? How dare he!

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  4. How can this “famous and white” anti-American communist traitor has the audacity to say that the stories of assaults committed against non-whites do not get out quite the same? She too is a participant of the well known assaults because she has known it all along and never ever took a step to the front and denounce the crimes. I spit on you modern Medusa and on your name, hope you burn in Hell and your time in you “Hollywood paradise” is not for long.

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  5. If “This has been going on a long time to black women and other women of color,” then why didn’t you, Jane Fonda, say something?

    Disgusting pig (with apologies to pigs).

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    • Just as a little side note. If she is referring to sexual abuse/rape, etc., the statistics do not bear this out. White abuse against black women is so low as to be statistically irrelevant.

      On the other hand, black abuse of white women is extremely high. The reason I bring this up is that the implication is that Weinstein, et al, have been abusing “women of color” far more than “white” women. I doubt that very much.

      This is simply another rite of passage for the lefties. It’s their little “secret handshake” that says “we all think alike”. Truth be known, it is precisely the absence of thought that distinguishes them.

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      • Agreed lophatt. FBI crime stats show in the one year there were something like 39 thousand rapes of White women by Black men, the reverse stats non existent. To this I might add though it is not talked about, and obviously not true across the board, I have read over and over how blacks seem to have different attitudes towards sex and this includes black women. E Michael Jones explored this in the Jewish Revolutionary Spirit where Jews were trying to import Back sexual attitudes into the White Communities ( which they have done quite well) and here it is explained in all it’s disgusting detail by a white teacher who taught black kids for years. If all this is indeed true, and the behavior described by the White teacher is as he states, then it is hard to see where the victims are. https://www.amren.com/news/2016/08/a-white-teacher-speaks-out/

        As for Miss Jane, she is an irrelevant old commie. Go away Jane.


  6. Maryaha, He is definitely a “sexual racist.” The self-centered Brat maybe didn’t want to get any Chocolate on his Popcicle..

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  7. Thinking back, Jane Fonda’s antics were damaging to both sides in the VN debate:
    She ‘demoralized the troops, and her affiliation de-legitimized the anti-war movement.
    Those who opposed the war because we were killing commies were the commies.
    But the Establishment fixed the problem by giving the commies the Democratic Party to run.

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  8. This narrative is beyond old. How tiresome can this get? They all belong to the “Pity Party”. Non-whites don’t receive preferential treatment? Why would this be desirable.

    Does anyone actually believe that these “trends” are spontaneous? All this “gender equality” and “thirty flavors of queer”? It is so painfully obvious that all this is, is an attempt to draw weird lines and dare normal people to cross them. If you refuse you’re a “supremacist/nationalist”, ooooh!.

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  9. Miss Fonda, you are, for all effective purposes, mentally retarded and deranged. You are also irrelevant. I could tell you to go to Hell, but you already know that. You just don’t want to be lonely there. All Right, I get that much.
    Don’t go away mad, Jane Fonda—JUST GO AWAY.

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    Shylock Weinstein

    ANTONIO offers the pound of flesh as collateral for the loan taken by Bassanio from Shylock.

    A pound of that same merchant’s flesh is thine.
    The court awards it, and the law doth give it.

    Most rightful judge!

    And you have to cut this flesh from his chest. The law allows it, and the court awards it.

    What a wise judge! Come on, get ready.

    But wait a moment. There’s something else. This contract doesn’t give you any blood at all. The words expressly specify “a pound of flesh.” So take your penalty of a pound of flesh, but if you shed one drop of Christian blood when you cut it, the state of Venice will confiscate your land and property under Venetian law.

    Oh, what an upright judge!—Pay attention, Jew.—Oh, what a smart judge!

    Is that the law?

    You can see for yourself. You asked for justice, so rest assured you’ll get more justice than you bargained for.

    This phrase occurs in Hamlet, a popular play by William Shakespeare. The main character Hamlet says this phrase when he is with Horatio, speaking to the gravedigger. He looks around the dead bodies and finds the skull of Yorick, the royal jester. Considering the skull, Hamlet speaks as if Yorick is alive before him, uttering these words in Act-V, Scene-I, “Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio: a fellow/ of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.”
    This phrase tells us that Hamlet is contemplating the temporary nature of life, as he looks at Yorick’s skull. It also shows that, though Hamlet seems to have gone mad, actually he is speaking highly meaningful sentences with Yorick.


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