Unhinged liberals are so confident in the self-righteous indignation they feel toward President Donald Trump that they believe their outrage trumps property rights.
Case in point, actor Indya Moore, star of FX’s “Pose,” was captured on video trying to steal a “Trump 2020” banner from the sidewalk in front of the studio where she was filming, according to Instinct Magazine.
“This is personal property, sweetheart!” a woman can be heard telling Moore as she tries to take possession of the banner.
“You’re not a fan of my show, and we don’t want you to be a fan of our show,” Moore can be heard saying.
As the actor tried to walk away with the Trump 2020 sign, a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” visor — the apparent owner — grabs it and begins aggressively pulling on it.
A violent tug of war breaks ensues as the man, identified as Dion Cini, is determined to not let Moore walk away with the banner.
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The transgender actor holds on for dear life as others intervene, trying to get Cini to relent, but he’s not about to back down. After shoving one of the men away from him, he then shoved Moore, who was still holding on.
“They’re” response? Moore tried to steal the MAGA visor off the man’s head!
Police are seen intervening as the video ends, though it’s not clear what action, if any, was taken.
“Pose” is a drama spotlighting the legends, icons and ferocious house mothers of New York’s underground ball culture, according to FX website. The network touts that the show “features the largest cast of transgender actors in series regular roles.”
Moore plays Angel on the show, a sex worker longing for love and acceptance.
After the incident, Moore took to Twitter to post a message about political opinions.
“Hey y’all those of you with varying political opinions who also watch pose… Thank you for loving black trans women, please also love us in real life and make sure the love you have for us reflects your politics because our lives/welfare are at Mercy to your politics/’opinions,'” the actor tweeted.
Which is to say your political opinions must adhere to the personal choices of others, apparently.
Moore made history last month when she became the first transgender woman to appear on the cover of the fashion magazine Elle USA.
As for Cini, he’s clearly a proud support of President Trump’s and is not shy about letting that be known in the streets of New York City.
Not an easy task for sure, given the liberal nature of the city.
Cini shared a series of photos on Facebook after the “forcible robbery,” which is how he described the attempt to snatch the banner.
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