Sean Spicer recently appeared at a Barnes & Noble in New York City to a less than warm reception.
After the incident, Meghan McCain, daughter of Sen. John McCain and cohost on The View, stated candidly: “Republicans are not welcome here right now.”
Spicer has a new book out called The Briefing: Politics, The Press, and The President.
As the former press secretary for the president, one would expect him to have some rather entertaining and insightful information.
His book has received the expected reviews from liberal publications, but that has not swayed Spicer from doing the rounds.
During his appearance at a New York City Barnes & Noble, one liberal was not exactly excited to see Spicer.
His outburst was rewarded with a quick boot out of the bookstore, as can be seen in this video clip of the incident:
A source in Brooklyn sent me this video of Sean Spicer getting heckled at a book signing in NYC tonight pic.twitter.com/gDHLL95zui
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) July 26, 2018
Outbursts like this are far from normal — what used to be considered normal, anyway.
Back in the day, if you didn’t agree with someone’s politics, you simply did not go to the book signing.
Today, however, people are actually being encouraged to create scenes such as this.
This could be another instance of public harassment incited by to the never-ending encouragement of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who wants her supporters to publicly denounce anyone associated with Trump when they see them.
While this man merely shouted, it could have been much worse.
Will the next man try to do something more drastic?
Chaos and revolt is what Democrats are looking for — and they are getting it.