After the failure of all their other hoaxes aimed at President Trump, the Whacko Left-Wing has started a new smear campaign. This one involves incarcerating children and legal minors who've entered the country illegally. It's actually another disaster that Trump inherited from Obama, but the Corporate Media is only now getting around to becoming outraged about it.
So, ever eager for cheap publicity stunts, the know-nothings in Hollywood have jumped on the bandwagon. Peter Fonda is the latest and loudest of these. For those unfamiliar with Peter Fonda; he not only is a Hollywood has-been; he's actually a 'never-was' who capitalized on having a father who really was a great actor, and a sister who---despite her political cluelessness---was actually kind of hot in her prime. In fact, if it hadn't been for her cavorting with the Viet Cong back in the 60's, her brother would stand out for being a lifelong tard. On his first hunting trip at age 11, Peter shot himself in the stomach. In 1966, he went to speak at an anti-curfew demonstration and ended up getting beaten up by the police. After a fling with drugs, he then tried a singing career, which was a flop. Later, he was mostly cast in movies as a deadbeat, drop-out, counter-culture type. He had some success here, as such roles required very little acting on his part.
Now Fonda has managed to crown all his other tomfooleries by pulishing an anti-Trump post on Twitter that so frightened the First Lady that she referred him to the Secret Service for investigation. Fonda's post read:
"We should rip Barron Trump from his mother's arms and put him in a cage with paedophiles and see if mother will stand up to the giant a-----e she's married to. 90 million people in the streets on the same weekend in the country! F---!"
In fairness to Fonda, the Hollywood crowd with whom he associates probably engage in this sort of behavior with young boys on a regular basis; hence, he's scratching his head wondering what all the fuss is about. Melania actually has little to fear in the way of retribution from a klutz like this; but Fonda---like other Hollywood loudmouths---have a throng of nutcase groupies who take these kinds of ravings as suggestions for political action. Fonda also went on to describe (in lurid detail) some of his perverse sexual fantasies about DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. At the very least, Twitter should ban Fonda to prevent him from stirring up any further trouble.
The Secret Service declined to comment, as matter of policy, on the investigation. But in a surprise move, Sony Pictures---Fonda's handlers---denounced his remarks as a groundswell of boycott threats began growing. After seeing what happened to Starbucks and the NFL, Sony's evidently not taking any chances. It will be interesting to see whether or not Sony distances themselves from more than Fonda's words.