Hollywood Actor Calls for Mob Violence Against Barron Trump

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June 20, 2018Jun 20, 2018

Oscar-nominated Peter Fonda posted a tweet Tuesday calling for mob violence against Barron Trump. Taken word-for-word, the tweet is too offensive to post here.

He writes, “We should rip Barron Trump from his mothers arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles and see if mother will stand up against [Trump] she is married to.”

The left-wing activist in a series of other tweets has called for a protest to be organized aimed at disrupting the law enforcement agencies handling the immigration crisis by surrounding schools with mobs.

He wrote, “90 million people in the streets on the same weekend in the country,” referring to using mob tactics against children to enforce his ideologies.

He tweets, “We don’t have to take the agents kids, we only need to surround their schools and scare the [expletive] out of them and worry the [expletive] out of the agents. WE NEED TO SCARE THE [EXPLETIVE] OUT OF THEM! NEED TO MAKE THEIR CHILDREN WORRY NOW.”

Fonda tweeted again, aimed directly at President Trump, calling him a “monster,” and tweeting, “These Republican [expletive] are all in on it! The chief [expletive] is happy we are all very upset. We have to get even more angry with these Republicans.”

In calling for his protest, Fonda tried to steer clear of any sign that he himself would be the voice behind it. He tweeted that he wanted to make the protest look spontaneous.

According to Breitbart, Twitter has yet to take any action against Fonda, though he has violated numerous Twitter policies, such as calling for mob violence against a child, a call for a mob to kidnap the President of the United States and put him in a cage with the specific purpose of his 12-year-old child gang-raped.

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