Actress/activist and Vietnam-era traitor Jane Fonda wore an old gown she had in her wardrobe to this year’s 92nd Academy Awards to fight climate change.
As an award presenter at the Oscars on Sunday night, Fonda was attired in the same red gown she wore in 2014 to the Cannes Film Festival, a decision she made after being inspired by teen climate change hysteric Greta Thunberg. “You see this coat?” Fonda told a crowd during a climate change protest last year. “I needed something red and I went out and found this coat on sale. This is the last article of clothing that I’m gonna ever buy.”
That’s not the only courageous sacrifice Fonda is making to save the planet. She also tweeted on Sunday that she was wearing “ethical, sustainable” jewelry: “At Oscars wearing Pomellato jewelry because it only uses responsible, ethically harvested gold and sustainable diamonds.”
Virtue-signaling like this from Hollywood elites is why this year’s Oscars ratings plunged to a record low.