RNC: Mia Farrow Compares Trump’s White House Audience to Jonestown Suicide Cult

SEATTLE, WA - MARCH 27: Actress and activist Mia Farrow introduces the history of international charity and educational partner, Free The Children, to 15,000 local youth on stage at the KeyArena at Seattle Center for the first-ever We Day Seattle on March 27, 2013. (Photo by Dana Nalbandian/Getty Images for …
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Leftist actress Mia Farrow compared the crowd waiting for President Donald Trump’s speech at the White House for the Republican National Convention to the People’s Temple cult that committed mass suicide in Jonestown in 1978.

“This crown, packed together abd [sic] no masks brings to mind Jonestown – an adoring cult waiting for Jim Jones to appear,” Mia Farrow wrote on Twitter.

Jonestown was the location of the mass suicide carried out by the People’s Temple cult in 1978, on the orders of their leader Jim Jones. More than 900 people killed themselves, a third of whom were under the age of 17, making it one of the largest mass deaths in American history.

The 75-year-old actress went on to make the unfounded claim that America’s some 180,000 coronavirus deaths could have been prevented if President Trump had not been in charge. Farrow provided no explanation as to how this would have happened.

“180,000 people didn’t have to die,” Mia Farrow wrote. “The virus didn’t have to spread across the nation- out of control. 80% of American coronavirus deaths could have been prevented by strong, clear leadership.”

It is not the first time that Farrow has made unsubstantiated claims about the threat posed by the Chinese coronavirus. In May, Farrow warned Trump that he risked killing off all his supporters by allowing the reopening of churches and other places of worship across the country.

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