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Saturday, June 17, 2017

No--the blood of Steve Scalise is not on anyone else's hands

Protesters disrupted the Shakespeare in the Park play, Julius Caesar. Clearly the play is an attack on President Trump and is truly a piece of horse crap, but blaming the play for James Hodgkinson's attack on the GOP Congressional Baseball practice is just plain stupid.

And it's exactly what the left does all the time.

I could expect the left to immediately use the incident as an opportunity to call for stricter gun control, but that wouldn't have prevented this or any attack with guns from happening.

The crappy play features a horrific assassination of a character that resembles President Trump and it isn't by accident.

One protester, Rebel Media's Laura Loomer, ran onto the stage shouting "Stop Leftist Violence." 

Did all the leftists in the audience have an epiphany when she interrupted the performance? I don't think so.

Another protester, identified as Jack Posobiec, got to his feet and shouted, 'The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands," and then shouted "Goebbels would be proud."

Everyone in the crowd bowed their head in shame, vowing to never again attend an anti-Trump event lest it lead to more shootings, stabbings and yes, even beheadings.

Loomer was arrested and Posobiec was escorted out of the theater complex in Manhattan's Central Park.

There is no doubt that it is terribly infuriating to watch morons like these actors, or Kathy Griffin, depict the killing of an American president. 

If we're going to use the U.S. Constitution to make our points about free speech and the Second Amendment, we can't do it a là carte--we have to order the whole dinner--because the dessert is freedom.