Gavin McInnes writes:
They’re all right. It was the low road. We infringed upon their art and it was indicative of a culture that wants to prevent people from enjoying plays that criticize the president. It was reckless and bombastic and not the type of behavior one should expect from those who are determined to maintain a modicum of decorum during the culture wars. If we were in a salon, ensconced in leather chairs, drinking brandy, and discussing the pros and cons of the ideal society, we would daresay “nay” to the idea of crashing plays. However, this is not where we are. I love Charles, Ben, and Jack, and respect the paleocons for their consistency, but they are not here, in the streets. They are not getting poisoned and pepper-sprayed and stabbed. It’s easy to take the high road if you don’t have a driver’s license. We are here, in New York City—IN HARLEM—wearing MAGA hats and getting thrown out on our ass. While Islamic terrorists murder and rape British children and make it illegal to point that out in Canada, American Marxists insist, “The face of domestic terrorism is white.” I look forward to pontificating again, but right now we are being dehumanized so that we can be assassinated and this disturbing mind game goes from some random girl in a bitcoin hat all the way to the President of the United States. (…)
A common refrain among supporters of this play is that it’s just Shakespeare (an actress even said as much to Laura as she stormed the stage). They insist they’ve used Hillary and Obama before and it’s ultimately about Caesar. Apparently, us pleebs just don’t get the arts. This is a common trick amongst all liberals. They bastardize something real until it means something else and when you call them on it, they hide behind the original. Obama was not slaughtered by a mob and left covered in blood. Nor was Hillary. Those versions had an air of reverence. This play was assassination porn.