There was no shortage of President Trump-hatred spewed at Sunday night’s Emmys. During an on-stage 9 to 5 reunion segment, actress and all-around garbage human being Jane Fonda and feminist Lily Tomlin, who both starred in the 1980 film, got in on the anti-Trump action.
Dolly Parton, who was on stage with the women and also starred in the film, opted to instead talk about her breasts and avoid the Trump-bashing.
“Back in 1980, in that movie, we refused to be controlled by a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot,” said Fonda.
“And in 2017, we still refuse to be controlled by a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot,” Tomlin chimed in, referencing the president.
Fonda appeared at the Women’s March following the election of the president and rips Trump whenever she’s granted the spotlight.
But the feminist is most well-known for her anti-American actions during the Vietnam War. Per The Hollywood Reporter:
Almost 45 years after she climbed into the seat of a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun vehicle and smiled for photographers, Jane Fonda, now 79, still finds herself targeted by U.S. military veterans.
The actress and activist, who took to the L.A. streets for the Women’s March to protest Donald Trump’s policies, already was one of Hollywood’s most outspoken opponents of the Vietnam War when, at 34, she made a two-week trip to Hanoi in July 1972. By then, more than 60,000 U.S. soldiers had lost their lives in the conflict; Vietnamese casualties were close to 1 million.