Those who voted for Donald Trump are a bit sensitive. The cast of a play called “Hamilton” recently made comments directed to Mike Pence, and the audience didn’t take too well with those comments that were made, booing the cast after the statements. Cast members aren’t happy that the way that they voted is causing discourse and strife among family members, and they aren’t happy with Starbucks for some unknown reason.
The actors aren’t opposed to being politically correct and believe that there shouldn’t be any kind of social consequence for the way that they have voted. Many want polite disagreements while others don’t understand how someone who has been voted into office who wants to fill the White House and Congress with white nationalists is something to glance over.
There isn’t a reason to vote for someone who has bragged about sexually assaulting women. You shouldn’t pretend to be a victim when someone disagrees with you on social media.
Those who have voted for Trump are now socially ostracized, and it’s a reasonable action by those who fear for the country while Trump is in office. After the statements were made by the cast of the play, Trump made his own comments about the cast harassing Pence.