The viral video shows a man, wearing a “Make America Great Again” visor, having his pro-Trump banner immediately snatched away from him by one of the actors on stage.
Progressive are not used to people making overt political statements when they’re minding their own business. It used to be only Conservatives who had to put up with that.
Should the next time something like this happens, we all take to the internet and accuse the Liberal of “intolerance” for not respecting the First Amendment Rights of protesters? You know like they do.
The incident happened at the St. James Theater in New York City on Wednesday night.
The video shows a man, wearing a “Make America Great Again” visor, having his pro-Trump banner immediately snatched away from him by one of the actors.
Broadway actor Timothy Hughes, who plays the character “Pabbie,” posted the video on his Instagram account accompanied by a caption explaining his actions.
“…The curtain call is a thank you between actors and audience, a final connection to end a shared experience. I will not apologize for how I responded to the disrespectful man trying to interrupt this moment with a pathetic political platform,” said Hughes, followed by hashtags #resist #lovewins and #lovetrumpshate. More
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Remember when the cast of Hamilton had some “unscripted lines” for Mike Pence at a show? Typical Liberal double standard. Liberals don’t know what to do when the shoe is on the other foot…
Would this Broadway actor also considered an actor lecturing a captive audience a disrespectful interruption”?
Sorry to say, but that actor in “Hamilton” opened the door to such expression of speech…all’s the Pro-Trump protester did was walk through it. https://t.co/Ycva1oqm1q
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) September 7, 2018
Disney’s theatrical productions had no immediate comment about the incident, according to reports.
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