November 21, 2016

“Hamilton” casts’ attack on Pence proves “theatre people are human garbage”

Gavin McInnesRebel Commentator
 

By now, you've probably heard about Vice President Elect Mike Pence taking his family to see the acclaimed Broadway musical "Hamilton," and getting lectured by the cast when it was over, about how they felt "unsafe" now that Trump was moving into the White House.

(LANGUAGE WARNING:)

In the first place, "Hamilton" is an overrated play that's offensive on many levels.

But as for the incident itself:

What you may not have heard was that the actor who delivered that little lecture to Pence has a history of making "rapey" tweets and maybe wasn't the best choice to scold the future VP about "safety..."

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commented 2016-11-23 15:53:10 -0500
Around the time of Glasnost and Peristroica the joke among the Moscow theatre crowd was that if a play was really good on opening night in Moscow the second night performance would be in Yakutska…I haven’t heard of the company presenting this relocating to Ankorage Alaska.

The left has scared itself to death with it’s own hatefull narative and it’s own hatefull stereotyping.
commented 2016-11-23 08:15:04 -0500
Wretched One, no one here said that cry baby actors can’t say what they want. They are saying this was hardly the appropriate time and place. But then the third pillar of lefty-dom is the refusal to exercise discernment as you so ably demonstrate for us.
commented 2016-11-23 00:18:24 -0500
Wretched Earth Pence is not vice pres yet and he paid for a ticket so those people actually work for him that night.
commented 2016-11-23 00:17:43 -0500
I guess if i laid into Justin he would have to stay right there? Yeah sure.
commented 2016-11-23 00:16:57 -0500
Wretched Earth what BS, the left are the ones having a panic attack , not us. And when the hell did Obama listen to all the people?
commented 2016-11-22 19:04:10 -0500
Wretchedearth, and why then are we witnessing a colossal emotional tamtrum on the left? Also, they keep saying they are afraid now that the age of pc privilege is over, but there are three of the most violent groups of people in their ranks. I’ll let you guess which three, but it’s not that hard you’ll find.

Also, as for your point that either Trump or Pence has to listen to any asshole who wants to do a bs grandstand. Nonsense.
commented 2016-11-22 12:54:48 -0500
@dr. PENIS, Actually you’re wrong. Conservatives/Republicans tend to have a larger amygdala in the brain, which is responsible for increases in fear as well as emotional impulsiveness. Nice try though!
commented 2016-11-22 12:33:27 -0500
Emotional people tend to be leftists. Actors tend to be emotional people. Emotional people tend to be sore losers.
commented 2016-11-22 06:27:07 -0500
What the rebel forgets is that Trump and Pence work for these people; they are now the employees. So when a US citizen wants to crticize, or speak their mind about the government they have that democratic right to do so. This isn’t a totalitarian system The Rebel wants it to be.
commented 2016-11-22 03:18:56 -0500
Oh well, another “cast” that are NOT going to be performing at the White House in the coming eight years…
commented 2016-11-22 01:20:09 -0500
More lectures from immature hypocrites.
commented 2016-11-21 23:06:10 -0500
I was once told that in Byzantium there were many levels of hierarchy. At the top, of course, was the emperor. At the bottom were the useless. Below them were the entertainers.
commented 2016-11-21 22:59:32 -0500
Yes, I think walking out would’ve been Pence’s best strategy. Don’t dignify the pigs!
commented 2016-11-21 21:35:31 -0500
I have always associated broad way and same ilk as the street to perversion

DYER , almost died laffing
commented 2016-11-21 20:32:10 -0500
When I pay money to see a show, I expect to see a show.
If I want to be lectured, I’d just stay at home with Mrs. Dyer.
commented 2016-11-21 20:31:19 -0500
If this show’s intent was to make some insightful political statement for the betterment of mankind, but required an additional statement afterwards to make that point, then evidently the actors failed miserably at their primary job.
commented 2016-11-21 20:29:01 -0500
BTW Gavin, get on Gab, take Stephan Molyneux with you – just do it, frig twitter and face book fascism – do it now.
commented 2016-11-21 20:17:02 -0500
Again, people emerged in fantasy by profession have a hard time with reality. A fallacious Jim crow narrative is preferred to fact because it is misplaced emotion – emotion is always preferable to reality for these drama queens – their morality passion plays always make the sinner feel better about their own sins.

Pense should have flipped him the bone and continue walking out after he told him the play sucked.
commented 2016-11-21 19:34:28 -0500
This is religious persecution in the public square.
Followers and voters of Democrats and Liberals are anti-Christian and anti-religion, and this is a perfect example of how those who are religious (obviously anyone and everyone who did not vote D or L) will face religious persecution.
Expect more.
The guy who made this statement is, as stated on ‘The View’ (and you know they are well educated on every subject) is [proudly] gay and HIV positive.
This was a direct attack on Pence for his religious views and practices.
Satan is livid.