Peter Fonda Tweets “Rip Barron From His Mother”, Calls DHS Njielsen and PressSec Sanders “Lying g***”

Peter Fonda, 78, is off his meds again. Or maybe he’s on something. Or maybe all the libs in Nutwood have been sniffing condoms. In a tirade of tweets, Fonda posted that Barron Trump should be “ripped from his mother and put in a cage with pedophiles.” Melania viewed his tweet as a threat and called the Secret Service. But he was just getting started with his vicious remarks.

Fonda also attacked DHS Secretary Kirsten Njielsen and Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. Calling them vile names and saying that  Sanders’ children should be taken away and Njielsen should be “whipped” naked.

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Fonda has a movie by Sony Pictures (“Boundaries”) due out in two days. Since Roseanne was fired and her show cancelled because of a joke,  do you think it should be released?

The Trump family response:

The problem is that “keyboard warriors” feel they can say anything they want and get away with it on social media. Especially leftists.

H/T Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children


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