Categories



TheLibertyMill




The Phaserl








AvatarProducts

Trump Slams “Very Rude” Hamilton Cast After VP Pence Booed, Lectured During Show

[Ed. Note: It’s a rather astonishing level of ego and hubris that would lead an actor to publicly lecture and humiliate any public figure who is essentially a guest in the audience.]

from Zero Hedge:

“Our wonderful future V.P. Mike Pence was harassed last night at the theater by the cast of Hamilton, cameras blazing.This should not happen!The cast of Hamilton was very rude last night to a very good man, Mike Pence.  Apologize!”

Vice President-elect, Mike Pence, may have expected a simple night out with his family on Friday evening in New York when he arrived at the Broadway show, “Hamilton”.  He didn’t get that; instead the New York crowd greeted him with boos as he took his seat on arrival, and the cast delivered an unprecedented direct admonishment to the VP, to cap off the night during the curtain call.

“Vice President-elect Pence, I see you’re walking out, but I hope you will hear just a few more minutes.”

 

“We are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our friends, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights.  But we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all of us.”

 

“We truly thank you for sharing this show, this wonderful American story told by a diverse group of men, women of different colors, creeds and orientation.”

 

“We don’t have to agree, but we have to live here.”

 

Video of Pence arriving to boos from the New York crowd.

Read More @ ZeroHedge.com

Help us spread the ANTIDOTE to corporate propaganda.

Please follow SGT Report on Twitter & help share the message.

16 comments to Trump Slams “Very Rude” Hamilton Cast After VP Pence Booed, Lectured During Show

  • Guido

    We all know who the REAL basket of deplorables are. They’ve been unable to control both their emotions and their aggression since the Madam President that wasn’t crashed and burned. They’re on a collision course with a swift reality check should they continue on this course.

    • Eric

      I rather like being a “deplorable.” It’s hilarious. And much better than being a “despicable.”

      What are they so upset about? We’re going to have a big beautiful door and make America great again.

    • Eric

      Guido, I got an email in my inbox this morning from marxist propagandist Robert Reich.

      The left will almost certainly become the party of the disenfranchised as the collapse accelerates for the ignorant emotional cry babies. Probably way out in left field without a clue.

      Until they figure out that they need to be able to discuss these topics rationally with the rest of us, the divide will probably strengthen.

      Not sure if Yellen will give us another quarter point change in interest rates on Dec. 2, but the Italy referendum is something to watch on Dec. 4. Either way, most people are too stupid to figure this out. They will blame everything that happens on Trump and Republicans.

      Reality check started for them on Nov. 8. No doubt the anger stage is here.

      • Guido

        Eric, as the demise accelerates (and it WILL, with or without Trump), the crybabies will move further to the left and outwardly embrace some of the most repugnant forms of communism. THIS will be their solution. This has ALWAYS been their solution, regardless of the historical data that clearly points to the abysmal failure of socialism and communism. But spare them the details, right? Just shower them with with foliage from the magic money tree and all will be well. And if it fails, no biggie, just so long as you hand over that damn loaf of bread you’ve been hiding in your cupboard, and while you’re at it, kiss that dog of yours goodbye because it’s soon to adorn the kitchen table. A meal fit for a king, you white devil!

        Yep, this is what they have in mind, you better believe it. Trump will be the fall guy if they fail to dispatch him sooner. The “gods” will hold him up as the prime example of why capitalism has failed the people. Every sugar tit from coast to coast will embrace the message, oblivious to the true fascist identity of their masters. Little do they know that all that’s standing in the way of the fascists is US. The smart (or blessed) ones will realize it and perhaps survive. The rest will be cannon fodder and nothing more.

        • Eric

          I agree. I was thinking about picking up Bernie Sanders book (which I doubt he actually wrote), and making notes everywhere he’s wrong or inflaming emotions. Then passing it along to one of them. But for $16.20, I don’t know if I can justify it.

          • Guido

            I was sorry to hear that my nephew, who voted for Jill Stein, participated in a large NYC protest last week (while going there for reasons other than that). The groups that are represented at these pinko gatherings always pass out communist literature to their comrades, including their very own bible, the Communist Manifesto. Surely these morons are also running rampant on the west coast. Might be cheaper to get one for free. It’s probably the same message as the Sander’s stuff, only it cuts to the chase.

            • Eric

              Remind him that the “proletariat” works for a living and doesn’t just complain all the time.

              • Guido

                He’s in love with a ardent marijuana activist. Everything with the two of them centers around this one issue before any other. He isn’t even PC, just very politically shallow for a smart guy. The weed only dulls the mind further, but try telling them that.

                • Eric

                  I don’t think all these idiots here in California have any idea what they just voted for. If only they knew how dumb and mind manipulated they are. Personally I see it as a weed that grows in dirt like dandelions. It should have never been “illegal” in the first place. But it isn’t being legalized all over the place because they won some great battle. Like you said, it dulls the mind. There are benefits, in particular health benefits, but not if it’s abused and not done in moderation.

                  But if everything for them centers around this issue, that’s probably not the case. And about as politically shallow as it gets. Nevermind your civil liberties, financial freedom, or any other number of principles.

                  http://lifehacker.com/what-marijuana-actually-does-to-your-brain-and-body-1693986467

                  I’d say let him do his thing and make his own mistakes. Ever hear the term “love is blind?” Talk to him about more important topics instead. Has he ever heard of beer? I don’t know. It’s just something about the bubbles that get my brain moving in directions I never knew existed. He might want to listen to the good friar.

                • Guido

                  Of course, it’s illegality is absurd. Anything in excess has potentially damaging effects. Herbs that I’ve taken for my health or to improve athletic performance have nearly killed me because I didn’t understand them. As your link shows, weed has negative effects on the brain, and yet it also improves creativity if used intelligently. But the escapists who indulge heavily in marijuana are running away from reality and into a fantasy world. In short, they’re abdicating life’s responsibilities. As for beer or booze, it doesn’t cut the mustard for this pair. Oh well, they could figure it out the hard way. In their eyes, I’m just another ancient relic who doesn’t know anything. If they only knew what I’ve been through.

                • Eric

                  Guido,

                  What I think all of us here have in common more than anything are 2 things:

                  1) We all (more of less) speak the same language.
                  2) We all know people who are still in the “totally brainwashed unawake unaware don’t have any clue as to who they are” crowd.

                  Keep working on them. It takes a while for them to figure it out, but they want to figure it out. They just want to do it on their own terms and not yours or anyone elses.

                  I’ve made tremendous progress with my parents and they are pretty set in their ways. It took a lot of downright fighting at times though. Some people are just too stubborn. I don’t even try with these people.
                  But family is important.

                  There’s an art to conversation. That is for sure. I try to drop hints everywhere I go and when I hear someone say something that I know is untrue, I just try to politely tells them that’s not really true. Have you seen this? Check this out. Listen to this person sometime.

                  It doesn’t make me well liked or make the phone ring. But it does start to show that they are more informed and empowered after a while. They want to wake up. Nobody likes to be confused, uninformed or scared for the future. Try to get him to ask you a question about something important next time.

                  Maybe not, “Have you seen or read about the satanic pedophile ring linked to Hillary Clinton and John Podesta?” But something simple.

                  Don’t forget the medicinal reasons for marijuana. And creativity. But as you and I both know… you are what you eat. If you don’t know what it is or where it comes from, it probably shouldn’t be in your body.

                • Guido

                  Yes, it’s a lot of work if you’re intent on reaching people. It all comes down to whether you want to exert the energy. I’m at the point now where I speak my peace, but only when I need to. I’m not THAT interested in changing anyone. The way I see it, there’s already enough avenues they could take on their own if they were TRULY intent on educating themselves. No, they might not want to live in confusion, but they’re still content to live in a bubble.

                • Guido

                  Eric, the bearded fool was probably picked on all throughout school because of his high voice, so he latched on to communism for some sense of self-worth and confidence. Now he’s a tough guy. They’re all tough revolutionaries until somebody loses an eye. Then they run home to mommies basement. The interviewer, Rob Dew, might look like one of them himself, but he’s no pushover.

          • dcm

            Eric I tried to answer you three times on the other blog “BREAKING NEWS: Podesta Brothers Pedo Ring: MR. TRUMP, DRAIN THE SWAMP!! — V, The Guerrilla Economist”– my rely is not showing up ?

Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>