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Final Anti-Trump Shakespeare Performance Interrupted By Protesters

Final Anti-Trump Shakespeare Performance Interrupted By Protesters
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We have told you several times about the Shakespeare play in New York City that pretends to kill Trump.

It’s just another lazy way to complain about Trump winning the election but it’s getting a lot of positive press from the left.

You know how conservatives speakers aren’t allowed to even step foot on college campuses without riots?

Well, couple Trump supporters showed up to the Shakespeare play in Central Park over the weekend and dished out a protest of their own.

From BizPac Review:

The anti-Trump version of the play Julius Caesar ended its run in New York’s Central Park on Sunday, and the finale was literally a show-stopper.

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Two protesters stormed the stage at different times, shouting “Liberal hate kills!” and “CNN is ISIS!” before being yanked off stage.

Javanni Valle of Brooklyn and Salvatore Cipolla of Long Island were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing for interrupting the performance of Shakespeare in the Park.

Two ways to look at this.

On one hand, this is exactly what the right has been criticizing the left for.  Free speech should not be shut down no matter how vile it is. That’s what conservatives have been saying for a long time.

On the other hand, the taxpayers are propping up this play and it’s nice to see the left get a taste of their own medicine.

Regardless of how you look at it, it seems like we are going to have to deal with a lot more gross anti-Trump performances like this going forward.

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