In a blog posting on showbusiness website TheWrap.com, Fonda wrote that she was scheduled to appear on QVC on Saturday to introduce her book "Prime Time" about aging and life cycles.
But the network, Fonda wrote, reported receiving a flood of angry calls regarding her anti-war activism of the 1960s and 1970s, and it decided to cancel Fonda's appearance.
Four decades ago, the American actress angered Vietnam War supporters who gave her the nickname "Hanoi Jane" for her 1972 visit to the capital of North Vietnam at the height of the conflict. At the time, she posed for photos showing her sitting atop a Viet Cong anti-aircraft gun, and she remains an object of derision by some U.S. veterans and others.
Fonda, 73, has in the past expressed regret about those images, and in her post at The Wrap she took aim at QVC and her critics.
"I am, to say the least, deeply disappointed that QVC caved to this kind of insane pressure by some well funded and organized political extremist groups," Fonda wrote.
QVC acknowledged Fonda's appearance was canceled, but said it was because of a "programing change
Jane Fonda is a big fat crybaby and liberal hypocrite. She's complaining because consumers have exercised their First Amendment right to complain about her appearance on QVC (allegedly) and claim that it was "well funded and organized political extremist groups". Ironic to say the least since so many leftwing organizations are far better funded thanks to the vile Soros and his ilk.
And even more hypocritical, Fonda wrapped her own behavior during the Vietnam War in the First Amendment but now that others are rejecting her, it's bad? Grow up you old baby-booming hag. Actions, like elections, have consequences and while you are a private citizen and not a politician, consumers can still vote with their money, their feet, and their voices.
What you did was wrong 40 years ago and we still don't like it. Venture out of your little liberal bubble and realize that most of America is ashamed of you.