Protesters disrupted a New York City stage production of Julius Caesar Friday that featured a bloody assassination of a character that resembled President Trump.
“We were protesting what we saw was the normalization of violence,” he told me. “I couldn’t believe they were going on with the play in light of what happened with the attack on Congressman Scalise.”
He said it was infuriating to watch the faux assassination of President Trump.
“This play was savage and brutal. He is stabbed multiple times, running around stage, crawling through blood,” he told me. “It made my blood run cold seeing Americans cheering a depiction of their president being stabbed 100 times with 100 blades.”