Liberals STAB ‘Trump’ in New York, Get DEVASTATING Instant Justice


A New York-based theater production group apparently operated by unhinged liberals just made its last big mistake.

Last week, Public Theater put on a production of “Julius Caesar,” but with a contemporary twist.

The play was set in modern times, and “Caesar” looked conspicuously like President Donald Trump.

When the title character was stabbed to death, the liberal crowd went wild.

But that kind of outright incitement against the president of the United States didn’t play well with the theater’s advertisers.

From Breitbart:

Delta Air Lines has cancelled its sponsorship of New York City’s Public Theater following backlash surrounding a Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar, a “contemporary” take on the classic play in which a Donald Trump-inspired twist on the titular character is graphically stabbed to death on stage.

Breitbart News previously reported that this summer’s Oskar Eustis-directed production of Julius Caesar — which opened in previews last month in Central Park’s Delacorte Theater — had sparked controversy over its main character’s striking resemblance to President Trump. The character sports blonde, slicked-back hair and a business suit and tie, and his wife Calpurnia speaks with a Slavic accent, similar to that of First Lady Melania Trump.

Video captured at a recent performance shows the Trump-like Caesar character graphically stabbed to death during the climax of the play. One attendee recently told Mediaite that the character’s resemblance to Trump made the assassination scene particularly “shocking and distasteful.”

In the wake of the controversy, Delta Airlines has report canceled its sponsorship of the Public Theater, which stages the free productions of Shakespeare in the Park.

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“No matter what your political stance may be, the graphic staging of Julius Caesar at this summer’s Free Shakespeare in the Park does not reflect Delta Air Lines’ values,” the company said in a statement Sunday.

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