Kirsters Baish| As we previously reported, liberal actor turned cyber bully, Peter Fonda, decided it was a good idea to hop on Twitter and threaten President Trump’s youngest son, 12-year-old Barron Trump. Fonda was “reacting” to the issues going on at the shared border between United States and Mexico, but most rational adults don’t “react” by threatening to lock a child up in a cage with pedophiles…
Peter Fonda used to be a famous actor and a lot of that had to do with the family he came from. The Fonda family has been treated like Hollywood royalty for decades so you know this guy doesn’t really understand what’s going on between New York and Los Angeles. Sure, he spends time in Montana and all that but we all understand that this guy is as Hollywood as it gets.
Taking this into account, it’s really not a shocker that Fonda doesn’t like Trump or his supporters. Again, what would drive an adult to threaten imminent rape on a child is beyond me. I think we can all agree that Fonda’s comment was way out of line.
Americans were just waiting to see what would come of Fonda’s career after making the statement which would likely be equivalent to digging his own grave. Now we see exactly what karma is all about. It looks like this Fonda’s career in Hollywood is just about over.
Western Journal explains:
After aging Hollywood liberal Peter Fonda launched his name back into the headlines last week with a vicious series of Twitter postings implying child rape of 12-year-old Barron Trump and the sexual humiliation of a female Trump administration cabinet member (among other evils), his new film hit movie screens in limited release to five theaters.
It was clear by the box office numbers that limiting the movie to just five theaters was a good move. Entertainment webpage, “The Wrap,” reports that “Boundaries” was only able to bring in an embarrassingly low number of $30,395 its release weekend. The average take for each screen was only around $6,079.
It looks like Americans don’t want to spend their time or money going to the movies to support monsters who threaten children, and Sony must have realized that once Fonda posted the disturbing Twitter message and promptly erased it upon being at the center of some serious backlash.
Sony released a statement which explained that they did not support Fonda’s Twitter posts, however they claimed that by not releasing the movie, it would “unfairly penalize the filmmaker Shana Feste’s accomplishment, the many actors, crew members and other creative talent that worked hard on the project.”
The only appropriate response to Sony’s statement? Maybe if they had picked their actors better, there wouldn’t be an issue. Fonda created this whole mess for himself and everyone else in the movie. If ABC fired Roseanne Barr for posting a racist tweet about former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, how did Peter Fonda not get in any trouble for threatening the well-being of the President’s adolescent son? And the left wants to claim that there’s no bias in our country.