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Well well well….the left has pushed and pushed and pushed and taken the right’s silence as a weakness. They had no idea that in truth, our silence has been a courtesy, because we know better than to engage with “stupid”…. Stupid just has a way of dragging you down to its’ level and beating you with experience. However, you can still be strategic about it…and this, was strategic.

Protesters crashed a production of Shakespeare in the Park Julius Caesar, a version that depicts the assassination and brutal stabbing of a look alike of our President. Laura Loomer, who was formerly with Project Veritas, got up on that stage and gave her two cents on the garbage depiction.

“Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! This is unacceptable!”

At that point an announcer stopped the production and you could hear boos from the audience filling Central Park’s Delacorte Theater.

Meanwhile, Jack Posobiec — who posted video footage of the protest on Twitter — began calling concertgoers Nazis and implied that performances of the play, which began in late May, were connected to leftist James T. Hodgkinson’s shooting attack on Republican lawmakers Wednesday, shouting: “The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!”

Loomer also posted a first-person-style video of herself rushing the stage Friday night.

She was reportedly charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing, and, according to her social media accounts, was released shortly after her arrest.

Loomer later thanked those who had donated to her legal defense fund.

The Public Theater posted a statement to Twitter Saturday blaming the incident on “paid protesters.”

“While we are champions of the first amendment, this interruption unfortunately was part of a paid strategy driven by social media,” the message read.

The Public Theater’s production of Julius Caesar has caused national controversy over the bloody scene in which a Trump-like character — complete with blond hair and a business suit and red tie — is stabbed to death. The resulting backlash against the play has led companies, including Delta Air Lines and Bank of America, to pull funding from the theater.

What’s more, New York City’s Public Theater has reportedly received nearly $30 million in federal, state, and city grants since 2009, according to data published by OpenTheBooks CEO and Forbes contributor Andrew Andrzejewski.

Friday’s was the first protest of the play, which ends production on Sunday.

All I got to say it…. Laura Loomer is the real “Wonder Woman”!

Hopefully a lot more protesters will show up at the next performance. One after the other to shut it down. Encouraging assassination is not free speech.

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