About 50 veterans protested a speaking engagement by Jane Fonda at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Maryland. Fonda drew the anger of many Americans when she visited North Vietnam in 1972, leading some to call her “Hanoi Jane.”
Fonda told the audience she made a “huge mistake” and it’s something that she’ll take to her grave. Unfortunately, Fonda failed to make it clear whether she was sorry for supporting the Communists or for getting caught supporting the Communists.
Either way, she escaped punishment for ‘aiding and abetting the enemy,’ in my opinion.