Et Tu

Determined thespians are every night stabbing Mongo to death in the park, and everywhere Roid bowels are loudly exploding.

Mr. Eustis has said he decided to schedule Julius Caesar as the first of this summer’s Delacorte productions on election night in November. It was already his favorite of the Shakespeare tragedies, and it did not take much of a leap to envision the title role as a Trump precursor. The character as written is vain, self-serving and demagogic, cynically manipulating the whiplash passions of his followers.

Mr. Eustis has added just three words 6a00d83451586c69e201b7c88f507f970b-320wito the text. The line “If Caesar had stabbed their mothers, they would have done no less” has been updated by the insertion of the words “on Fifth Avenue” before the comma. The audience roars.

The febriles at Fox swooned that the play “appears to depict President Trump being brutally stabbed to death by women and minorities,” mobilizing armies of ululating knuckledraggers to brutally bang on doors and make the sponsors have the bedwetting.

The enemies of the people at the New York Times are staying strong, though, not withdrawing their funding: they like that Mongo is being nightly stabbed.

Mongo Jr. hoots like a chimp on the twitler, demonstrating once again that the pea of his brain is no larger or functional than his father’s:

I wonder how much of this “art” is funded by taxpayers? Serious question, when does “art” become political speech & does that change things?

All art is political speech, you mushbrained imbecile.

So I am thinking: what if everyone who is in the government made Leaks, and everyone who is not in the government made Art With Knives?

Could Mongo maintain?

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