Jane Fonda lived to regret posing with North Vietnamese forces at the height of the Vietnam War.
The actress now calls sitting atop an anti-aircraft gun used to kill U.S. pilots a “huge, huge mistake.” Earlier this year she dubbed it “the largest lapse of judgment I can imagine.” Many never forgave her all the same.
Enter Margaret Cho. The far-left comedienne not only adores Fonda’s “Hanoi Jane” photo op from 1972 but wants to recreate that spirit in the Age of Trump. Cho spoke to Entertainment Weekly about a host of subjects: her new tour, President Trump and her fellow hard-left comic Kathy Griffin.
Most of Cho’s comments were exactly what you’d expect at this moment in pop culture. Her Fonda thoughts were different. Here she weighs in on celebrity protests in the modern age.
I come from a “Jane Fonda in Vietnam” mindset, I want to have the shag haircut and deny