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For the second time this weekend, protesters have stormed the stage of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York’s Central Park.

Javanni Valle, 26, of Brooklyn, and 28-year-old Salvatore Cipolla, of Oceanside, Long Island, were arrested on trespassing and disorderly conduct charges Sunday on evening.

In one video, Valle is seen jumping on the stage during the first act and shouting: ‘Liberal hate kills!’

For the second time this weekend, protesters have stormed the stage of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York's Central Park

For the second time this weekend, protesters have stormed the stage of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York's Central Park

At the beginning of the performance, this man stormed the stage on Sunday

At the beginning of the performance, this man stormed the stage on Sunday

For the second time this weekend, protesters have stormed the stage of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York’s Central Park

Javanni Valle (pictured), 26, of Brooklyn, and 28-year-old Salvatore Cipolla, of Oceanside, Long Island, were arrested on trespassing and disorderly conduct charges Sunday on evening

Javanni Valle (pictured), 26, of Brooklyn, and 28-year-old Salvatore Cipolla, of Oceanside, Long Island, were arrested on trespassing and disorderly conduct charges Sunday on evening

Salvatore Cipolla, 28, of Oceanside, Long Island, shouted: 'Goebbels would be proud!' before he was kicked off stage

Salvatore Cipolla, 28, of Oceanside, Long Island, shouted: 'Goebbels would be proud!' before he was kicked off stage

Javanni Valle (left), 26, of Brooklyn, and 28-year-old Salvatore Cipolla (right), of Oceanside, Long Island, were arrested on trespassing and disorderly conduct charges Sunday on evening

One of the men had to be wrestled to the ground as staff and security tried to escort him out of the area 

One of the men had to be wrestled to the ground as staff and security tried to escort him out of the area 

One of the men had to be wrestled to the ground as staff and security tried to escort him out of the area 

Javanni Valle

Javanni Valle

Salvatore Cipolla

Salvatore Cipolla

Javanni Valle (left), and Salvatore Cipolla (right) were given desk tickets after they were arrested

He also shouted, ‘Goebbels would be proud,’ which was also used by Friday night’s protesters that refers to referring to the minister of propaganda under Adolf Hitler’s rule of Nazi Germany. 

Security and staff swarmed Valle and he was quickly pulled off stage. 

Not long after the first incident, Cipolla jumped on stage shouting: ‘Goebbels would be proud.’

Authorities had to wrestle Cipolla to the ground as they tried to escort him out of the theater area.  

The protest came during the night of the Public Theater’s last performance of Julius Caesar, which depicts a Trump look-alike character being assassinated.

The two were given desk appearance tickets. 

On Friday, two other protesters attempted to shut down the play as a 24-year-old activist rushed the stage shouting: ‘Stop leftist violence!’

‘Right-wing’ blogger and activist, Laura Loomer, yelled out the actors that audience that the controversial play was ‘unacceptable’.

‘Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! This is unacceptable. You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!’

‘This is violence against the right. This is violence against Donald Trump,’ Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage.

Protesters attempted to shut down the Friday night performance of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York's Central Park as one woman stormed the stage

Protesters attempted to shut down the Friday night performance of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York's Central Park as one woman stormed the stage

Once the woman was on stage she called for the play to end

Once the woman was on stage she called for the play to end

On Friday night two other protesters attempted to shut down the performance of Julius Caesar as one woman stormed the stage (left and right)

'Right-wing' journalist and activist, Laura Loomer (center), stormed the stage shouting that the controversial play was 'unacceptable'

'Right-wing' journalist and activist, Laura Loomer (center), stormed the stage shouting that the controversial play was 'unacceptable'

‘Right-wing’ journalist and activist, Laura Loomer (center), stormed the stage shouting that the controversial play was ‘unacceptable’

'Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!' Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage. She's seen as security grab her and escort her away

'Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!' Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage. She's seen as security grab her and escort her away

‘Stop the normalization of political violence against the right! You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!’ Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage. She’s seen as security grab her and escort her away

Show officials made an announcement that the play would pause for a few moments until Loomer was removed from the stage. Gregg Henry (center left) portrays President Donald Trump in the role of Julius Caesar during a dress rehearsal

Show officials made an announcement that the play would pause for a few moments until Loomer was removed from the stage. Gregg Henry (center left) portrays President Donald Trump in the role of Julius Caesar during a dress rehearsal

Show officials made an announcement that the play would pause for a few moments until Loomer was removed from the stage. Gregg Henry (center left) portrays President Donald Trump in the role of Julius Caesar during a dress rehearsal

Show officials made an announcement that the play would pause for a few moments until the protester was removed from the stage. 

‘Shame on all of you!’ the woman continued to yell as she was escorted off the stage. 

A woman told Loomer to ‘read the play and get educated’ as Loomer continued to rant that ‘CNN is ISIS, Kathy Griffin is ISIS and the New York Public Theater is ISIS’. 

Loomer, who is a reporter for Rebel, was arrested shortly after interrupting the play. 

After her arrest, Rebel called on their supporters to help with her ‘defense fund’.

Loomer’s opposition to the play was echoed by another man, Jack Posobiec, who stood up as Loomer was removed and screamed: ‘You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels…you are inciting terrorists. 

A woman told Loomer to 'read the play and get educated' as Loomer continued to rant that 'CNN is ISIS, Kathy Griffin is ISIS and the New York Public Theater is ISIS'

A woman told Loomer to 'read the play and get educated' as Loomer continued to rant that 'CNN is ISIS, Kathy Griffin is ISIS and the New York Public Theater is ISIS'

Posobiec shouted to the actors that 'the blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands'

Posobiec shouted to the actors that 'the blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands'

Protesters: Laura Loomer (left) and Jack Posobiec (right) tried to shut down the Friday night performance of, Julius Caesar. Posobiec shouted to the actors that ‘the blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands’

Loomer (pictured right before she was arrested), who is a reporter for Rebel, was arrested shortly after interrupting the play. After her arrest, Rebel called on their supporters to help with Loomer's 'defense fund'

Loomer (pictured right before she was arrested), who is a reporter for Rebel, was arrested shortly after interrupting the play. After her arrest, Rebel called on their supporters to help with Loomer's 'defense fund'

Loomer (pictured right before she was arrested), who is a reporter for Rebel, was arrested shortly after interrupting the play. After her arrest, Rebel called on their supporters to help with Loomer’s ‘defense fund’

Loomer's opposition to the play was echoed by  Posobiec (pictured), who stood up as Loomer was removed and screamed: 'You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels…you are inciting terrorists'

Loomer's opposition to the play was echoed by  Posobiec (pictured), who stood up as Loomer was removed and screamed: 'You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels…you are inciting terrorists'

Loomer’s opposition to the play was echoed by Posobiec (pictured), who stood up as Loomer was removed and screamed: ‘You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels…you are inciting terrorists’

'The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!' he yelled. Posobiec was referring to the Wednesday morning baseball practice session in which James T Hodgkinson, 66, opened fire on a group of Republicans and their staffers, including GOP House Majority Whip Scalise

'The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!' he yelled. Posobiec was referring to the Wednesday morning baseball practice session in which James T Hodgkinson, 66, opened fire on a group of Republicans and their staffers, including GOP House Majority Whip Scalise

‘The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ he yelled. Posobiec was referring to the Wednesday morning baseball practice session in which James T Hodgkinson, 66, opened fire on a group of Republicans and their staffers, including GOP House Majority Whip Scalise

‘The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ he yelled. 

Posobiec was referring to the Wednesday morning baseball practice session in which James T Hodgkinson, 66, opened fire on a group of Republicans and their staffers.

Hodgkinson gunned down five people, including, GOP House Majority Whip Scalise, who was upgraded from critical to serious condition on Sunday.

Posobiec was also removed by security and booed by the crowd. The show carried on after the pair were removed. 

The New York Public Theater’s controversial production of Julius Caesar shows a Donald Trump lookalike being stabbed to death.  

It’s part of the annual Shakespeare in the Park series and the depiction of Trump has drawn much criticism. 

At the start of the third act (above), Roman dictator Julius Caesar - bearing a resemblance to Trump - is knifed to death on the senate floor by senators who fear he is becoming a tyrant

At the start of the third act (above), Roman dictator Julius Caesar - bearing a resemblance to Trump - is knifed to death on the senate floor by senators who fear he is becoming a tyrant

At the start of the third act (above), Roman dictator Julius Caesar – bearing a resemblance to Trump – is knifed to death on the senate floor by senators who fear he is becoming a tyrant

The theater has refused to back down from its production despite a series of sponsors pulling out over its content

The theater has refused to back down from its production despite a series of sponsors pulling out over its content

The theater has refused to back down from its production despite a series of sponsors pulling out over its content

The theater released this statement earlier this week saying that it 'stands completely behind our production of JULIUS CAESAR' 

The theater released this statement earlier this week saying that it 'stands completely behind our production of JULIUS CAESAR' 

The theater released this statement earlier this week saying that it ‘stands completely behind our production of JULIUS CAESAR’ 

The theater has refused to back down from its production despite a series of sponsors pulling out over its content. Both Delta and Bank of America pulled their sponsorship of the Public Theater.

Earlier this week, following the shooting at the congressional baseball practice Donald Trump Jr, retweeted a comment that compared it to those who would glorify the assassination of his father, President Donald Trump.

The tweet he forwarded was by commentator Harlan Hill, who has appeared on a variety of Fox News platforms.

‘Events like today are EXACTLY why we took issue with NY elites glorifying the assassination of our President,’ Hill wrote.

The president’s son retweeted the comment, which he prefaced with only one word ‘This.’

Trump Jr. has defended his father in the past from political attacks as well as potential threats. 

He spoke out when comedian Kathy Griffin participated in a photoshoot where she held a model of the president’s severed head, calling it ‘disgusting’.

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