Is Jane Fonda a white supremacist? If we’re to believe the woke cancel culture folks, her latest ad for Uncle Bud’s Hemp and CBD Superstore would indicate she is. In recent years, they’ve associated the “OK” hand gesture with standing for “white power.” On top of that, Uncle Bud’s is proudly made in the United States. That fact alone should trigger most radical leftists, but the so-called “white power” gesture made by Fonda should solidify their hatred for her.
— Uncle Bud's Hemp (@UncleBuds_Hemp) July 30, 2020
But it won’t. They’ll dismiss it. They’ll say she’s simply old (82) and didn’t realize the blatant hatred she’s flashing with her hand. She’s different from all of those alt-right white supremacists, they’ll say. After all, she’s Hanoi Jane!
The saddest part is this post has been out for over a week from her employer, yet very few people even noticed. Perhaps Uncle Bud’s simply isn’t on the radical progressives’ radar. Maybe they saw it and thought, “Nah, not Jane.” But one thing is guaranteed. If a different spokesperson who was conservative or even someone who isn’t sufficiently “woke” had done this, it would be all over mainstream media.
By leftist standards, any other regular Caucasian in an ad like this would be labeled as racist and shunned from society. But for Jane Fonda, her gesture didn’t mean what the left says it always means now. She’ll get the standard Hollywood pass.
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