Democrats piss on Vets… butt kiss traitor Jane Fonda

It figures. But what a way to celebrate last Tuesday!

The servants of corrupt political machines – politicians like Democrat Assemblywoman Britnee Timberlake – have learned to cry “racist” as a way to take the focus off their own bad behavior.  No doubt Timberlake and fellow Democrat Shavonda Sumter will soon be crying “racist” after inviting the infamous traitor and Hollywood One Percenter “Hanoi Jane” Fonda to an event designed to destroy the jobs of thousands of New Jersey workers.

While we have no argument with raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, swapping a minimal wage plus tips for a totally reportable hourly wage might help the government collect more taxes, but it will leave most tipped workers with less real income than they have now.  We don’t expect members of the political class to understand such working class considerations.  Timberlake pockets a six-figure income from two public jobs, Sumter also earns a nice six figure income, and as for Hanoi Jane – that harridan has spent enough on beauty products to provide hot meals to an average-sized school district for an eternity.

Maybe Timberlake and Sumter are too young and ignorant to know better, but once upon a time, their “hero” Ms. Fonda had these kind thoughts about the members of our military who had been captured by the enemies of America:

Yeah, this really happened and it happened in the lifetimes of people who are still alive today.  This isn’t some historical notion.  But hey, these are the Democrats. This is who they are now.

It doesn’t need to be this way.  The Speaker of the Assembly can say something about it. 

So can the Governor…

So can Navy Pilot Mikie Sherrill…

Or Tom “Him Pretty” Malinowski…

Or Andy “winner of the hot cross bun with bar” Kim…

Come on boys (and Navy Pilot Mikie)… Say Something!

Show us that you are more than garden variety soft-core corporate fashionista lefties.  Show us.  We’d love to believe.

Hey Mikie… here are some of your fellow Navy pilots returning home.  Whose side are you on???  The “HERO” of your fellow Democrats would have had them all shot.

Here is the press release the scumbags put out:

Actress and Political Activist Jane Fonda to join Labor, Community, and Legislative Leaders for Policy Briefing on NJ’s Campaign to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

November 14, 2018, 5:20 pm | in

Actress and Political Activist Jane Fonda to join Labor, Community, and Legislative Leaders for Policy Briefing on NJ’s Campaign to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

NEWARK– New Jersey Working Families Alliance, Restaurant Opportunities Center Action, Rutgers Center for Women and Work, Rutgers Center for for Innovation in Worker Organizing, and Assemblywomen Shavonda Sumter and Britnee Timberlake will host a breakfast and policy briefing on the campaign to raise New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. Joining them will be actress and political activist Jane Fonda, who has been a vocal advocate for One Fair Wage, a campaign to raise the minimum wage for all workers by ending the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers across the United States. The organizations expect to have several community and activist leaders from across the state in attendance.

Legislative leaders have pledged to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by the end of 2018 or beginning of 2019. Increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour will lift up the wages of over 1.2 million New Jersey workers and their families. Recently, Assemblywomen Timberlake and Sumter introduced Assembly bills to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour over the course of 5 years and a bill to eliminate the tipped sub-minimum wage over the course of 8 years. The event is open to the press.

WHAT: Breakfast and Policy Briefing on New Jersey’s Fight for $15 with Jane Fonda

WHEN: Thursday, November 15, 2018, 10am-11:30am

WHERE: Ackerson Hall, Room 101, 180 University Avenue, Newark NJ


Actress and Political Activist Jane Fonda

Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumter

Assemblywoman Britnee Timberlake

Saru Jayaraman, Restaurant Opportunities Center Action

Analilia Mejia, New Jersey Working Families Alliance

Paula Voos, economist and professor at Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations

Rutgers University Center for Women and Work

Rutgers University Center for Innovation in Worker Organization