Sony Pictures movie star Peter Fonda is publicly inciting violence against children - calling for ICE and Border Patrol Agents children to be terrorized as well as inciting the kidnapping and gang rape of President Trump's 12 year old son, Barron. Sign the petition to demand Sony Pictures immediately #FireFonda.
Whereas actor Peter Fonda has used the platform of his motion picture fame to incite violence against children; particularly the 12 year old child of President Donald Trump – suggesting young Baron Trump be kidnapped, locked in a cage and gang raped by pedophiles;
Whereas actor Peter Fonda has further used said platform to incite violence against the children of sworn law enforcement officers by encouraging the hacking and release of Border Patrol Agents’ personal information for the specific purpose of targeting and terrorizing those agents’ children; and
Whereas Sony Pictures Entertainment is the known employer of actor Peter Fonda;
Therefore we the members of the Law Enforcement Action Network and supporters of Border Patrol, ICE and CBP agents hereby demand Sony Pictures Entertainment, Incorporated immediately remove Fonda's platform for violent sedition and hereby
FIRE PETER FONDA AND REFUSE TO RELEASE OR PROMOTE ANY FILM OR SHOW FEATURING PETER FONDA.
Ron Hosko; President, Law Enforcement Action Network
Alfred Regnery; Chairman, Law Enforcement Action Network
Hon. Edwin Meese; former United States Attorney General
Hon. Ken Cuccinelli, former Virginia Attorney General
Hon. J. Kenneth Blackwell, former Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission
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