Monday on CBS’ Late Show with Stephen Colbert, former actress and current climate change hysteric Jane Fonda said young people concerned about climate change are suffering from “extinction illness.”
“Well, humankind is facing the greatest crisis that we’ve ever faced,” claimed the Vietnam-era traitor. “And there were all of these young students who were sacrificing a lot and working so hard… And I’ve spent a lot of time, now, with these young students, and they’re scared, and a lot of young people are even suffering from — they’re calling it extinction illness — and I just felt it wasn’t doing enough. The scientists are saying we have ten years before it’s going to so far over the cliff that there’s no turning back. We’ll just, the environment and climate will unravel and there’s nothing we can do.
“So I said, ‘I’m famous, I have a platform, I’m going to move to D.C., I’m going to put my body on the line…”
Every Friday Fonda gets herself arrested while purportedly protesting climate change; in fact, it’s just empty Hollywood virtue-signaling.