Donald Trump LAUNCHES Into Online HISSY FIT Over Pence Being ‘HARASSED’ At Hamilton (TWEETS)


Donald Trump loves to dish out the insults, and he dishes them out publicly.

The American public have heard him call people “crazy,” “loser,” “goofy,” and “crooked.” He’s gone on Twitter rants against Megyn Kelly, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, former Miss Universe Alicia Muchado, and President Obama for many years.

He really doesn’t like to have to take those insults, though, or have his people be called out in public. It upsets him. Bigly.

When Vice President-Elect Mike Pence (R-IN) attended a production of the hit play “Hamilton” on Friday night, the cast politely called him out to read a statement of protest against his and his running mate’s promised policies. One of the actors said to Pence:

‘Vice President-elect Pence, we welcome you and we truly thank you for joining us at ‘Hamilton: An American Musical.’ We are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir. We hope this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and work on behalf of all of us.’

The crowd booed Pence, and he and his companions left the theater.

Donald Trump saw the move by the cast and the boos from the crowd as “harassment,” and took to Twitter to complain about it.

So Trump, apparently, can insult whomever he wants, wherever he chooses, and rhat’s good enough to get him elected president. When the American people stand up to him and his homophobic, anti-women’s rights vice-presidential choice, they’re “harassing” a “wonderful” man and should “apologize.”

That’s probably not going to happen.

What is going to happen is the American people are going to continue to stand up to Trump and Pence and push back against the bigoted, divisive rhetoric and policies proposed by the reality TV show host and his bullying ways, as well as pushing back against the uber-conservative ideas and followers of VP-elect Mike Pence.

They’ll find no “safe place” for those harmful and horrifying ideas, and they’ll get none of the apologies being demanded from a man who insulted his way to the White House.

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