Jane Fonda Called for Christian Politicians to be Murdered Weeks Before ‘Targeted’ Attack on Nashville Christian School

Last Updated on March 27, 2023


Twitter users began criticizing Jane Fonda and The View following Monday’s school shooting at the private Christian Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee. Jane Fonda spoke about murdering pro-life Christians during a March 10th appearance on the program, a remark that was quickly dismissed as a “joke” by show hosts. Fonda did not indicate that she was joking, however, and called for people to “fight” for leftist social policies.

On Monday. Nashville Police identified the Covenant School shooter as 28-year-old Audrey Hale. Hale is biological female who identifies as a transgender male and is an alumnus of the school.

Nashville Police Chief John Drake told reporters that law enforcement recovered a manifesto detailing motivations for the attack complete with maps of the school upon searching Hale’s home. The police chief further hinted that Hale’s transgender identity played a role in the “targeted” attack on the Christian school.

Following what appears to be a politically motivated terrorist attack against Christians, Jane Fonda’s call for violence on The View has resurfaced.

Lifenews.com tweeted, “Remember when Jane Fonda said liberals should murder pro-life Christians?”

“Jane Fonda and The View supported the idea of murdering Christian Pro-Lifers this month. They giggled like the wretched hyenas they are. Now that they have blood on their hands, do you think we will hear apologies?” said conservative pundit and former Delaware Senate candidate Lauren Witzke.

Another Twitter user said, “A Tennessee shooter heard the call to kill pro-lifers and carried out the attack at a Christian school. The View panelists tried to sweep the remark under the rug last week, but Jane Fonda refused to retract it. We told you Fonda was serious. Her expression was adamant. Review the clip. Judge for yourself. Six people were slaughtered today.”

“You heard it here, Jane Fonda said we are not going back. Shootings like what happened in Nashville are going to get worse because people who are too stupid, evil, or vapid keep preaching messages of violence and extremism to an increasingly mentally ill crowd. Prayers and condolences but strap in,” said another.

Neither Fonda nor any co-hosts of The View has commented  on the nature of the attack as of this time.

RELATED: AOC Suggests Pro-Christianity Super Bowl Commercials Promote Fascism

RELATED: Antifa Professor Resigns After Posts About Attacking Trump, Killing Christians

You May Also Like

Far-Left Atlantic Brands Elon Musk’s Twitter a ‘Far Right Social Network’

The Atlantic continues the media’s year-long fit at Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter,…

A ’19 Kids and Counting’ Crew Member Gives Positive Review of the Duggar Family Ahead of Amazon’s Bombshell Docuseries

The Duggar family spent more than a decade sharing their lives on…

Monique Lezsak allegedly stabbed by boyfriend in Endeavour Hills, Melbourne

A young mother of twins who was allegedly stabbed to death by…

Working Class Failure: Ron DeSantis Polls at 9% in WV

Last Updated on May 30, 2023 2024 West Virginia GOP primary polling…

Primary school teacher sacked after Facebook appeal to parents of yobs who attacked his home

A primary school teacher has been sacked over a Facebook post he…

Texans living next door to Elon Musk’s new mega-factory town over billionaire’s slew of violations 

The neighbors of Elon Musk’s new ‘utopian’ town appear to have lost…

Man accused of killing Arvada Officer Dillon Vakoff pleads not guilty

DENVER – The man accused of killing Officer Dillon Vakoff in September…

The Guardian view on the pandemic: forgotten, but not gone | Editorial

Once we could talk of nothing else. Now we barely speak of…