Jane Fonda Tells Hollywood Elitists It’s Time To Take Back ‘Our Government’

When Obama was president, liberal celebrities were constantly visiting the White House for lavish parties, but now that’s all over. This might explain why so many of these folks don’t like Trump. They think DC belongs to them and was taken away. Wouldn’t that also explain why Jane Fonda used the term ‘our government’ at a recent event?

Breitbart reports:

Jane Fonda to Hollywood Elite: Time to Take ‘Back Our Government’

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Actress and political activist Jane Fonda warned a crowd of Hollywood elites of the “existential crisis” facing America under the Trump administration, urging them that the only solution is “taking back our government.”

After winning the Female EMA Lifetime Achievement Award at the Environmental Media Association (EMA) first Honors Benefit Gala, Fonda said that Democrats taking the House in the upcoming mid-terms elections was crucial to saving the country.

“This is an existential crisis that we’re in,” said the 80-year-old Grace and Frankie star. “We have to do everything we can to take back the house in November. If anything can save us, it’s gonna be taking back our government.”

Other actresses present at the ceremony included Elizabeth Olsen and Fonda’s Grace and Frankie co-star Lily Tomlin, who told The Hollywood Reporter: “[Trump] is dangerous — he’s unfortunately dangerous to the planet, if nothing else. If we could raise Trump’s consciousness, that would be helpful.”

What Jane Fonda and others in Hollywood can’t seem to grasp is that the government belongs to all of the American people, not just them.

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