[Screenshot from Daily Caller, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aTtoMYo8m4]
Your favorite gal — Jane Fonda — has a message.
Joaquin Phoenix showed up to help her at D.C.’s Fire Drill Friday the 10th.
As noted by RedState’s Brad Slager, Joaquin flew in to speak at the environmental extravaganza.
The star was keen on talking up veganism to save the planet.
Joaquin Phoenix: "I struggle so much with what I can do [to combat climate change] at times. There are things that I can't avoid — I flew a plane out here today, or last night rather. But one thing that I can do is change my eating habits." pic.twitter.com/RaZILYq0La
— The Hill (@thehill) January 10, 2020
One social media user had more ideas:
We all struggle.
1. We need to buy electric cars.
2. Switch to solar for our electricity
3. Refuse to use plastic bags.Bring your own bags to grocery store.
4. Drive thru drinks taste better with no plastic straw
5. Join CC group
6. Shut down Coal plants
7. Restrict & Reg. O&G
— Angela (@akoonce53) January 11, 2020
Angela’s wrong: A straw is a very important part of a “drive-thru drink.”
Putting Joaquin — who, in my estimation, is an astoundingly brilliant actor — and his involvement aside, Jane’s exit from that shindig was of particular note.
I’ve covered Jane and her weekly rallies before.
In November, she had some big things to say.
In an interview with Michael Moynihan for Viceland’s The Impeachment Show, the activist…well, here’s how I put it back then:
The woman who made a splash posing on artillery with the North Vietnamese during the Vietnam War announced that politicians who don’t share her views on climate change should be treated like Nazi war criminals.
The controversial Hollywood legend also lumped in oil executives who enable said elected officials.
Michael asked, “So, you want to see sort of a Nuremberg trial for climate criminals?”
I’d like to point out that they hung people at Nuremberg…
“Yeah, I would.”
Anyway, I thought you’d enjoy this interesting piece of video.
As she was leaving, she had a final directive:
Call it poetic.
Might’ve meant more if she’d been on a unicycle.
But that’s show business.