Hollywood liberals have totally lost it.
Their behavior can no longer be called logical by any reasonable definition of the word.
For the past several weeks, New York Public Theater has been putting on a modern remake of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar that features a Trump-looking character being brutally assassinated.
That scene in particular was a HUGE hit with all liberals.
Actor Corey Stoll played Marcus Brutus, the senator to deliver the final, killing blow to Caesar/Trump. He called the play an act of “resistance.”
But in a rambling essay about his experience, Stoll complained about conservative resistance to his resistance.
“The protesters never shut us down, but we had to fight each night to make sure they did not distort the story we were telling…
“In this new world where art is willfully misinterpreted to score points and to distract, simply doing the work of an artist has become a political act…”
Stoll ended by saying that following the play’s final performance, he was “exhausted,” and retreated backstage where he “exhaled and sobbed.”
Defending what many accused of being incitement, Stoll insisted that he didn’t believe the assassination scene would be taken as an “endorsement of violence” against Trump.
These guys truly do live in la-la land.
(via: Conservative Post)