The entertainment industry was not prepared for the election of Donald Trump.

Liberal celebrities across America thought the election was in the bag for Hillary Clinton, and as it became apparent she was going to lose, they became unhinged.

The worst reaction came when the cast of Broadway musical, Hamilton, harassed Vice President-elect Mike Pence at the close of a performance he was attending.

The Vice President-elect had already been met with boos when he entered the theater.

But that reaction did not surprise many, as Manhattan is filled with radical leftists who oppose the Trump-Pence ticket with all of their spirit.

But what appalled many Americans was the condescending lecture one of the performers directed towards Pence following the show.

Politico reports:

“Pence, who attended the play with his daughter Charlotte and his nieces and nephew, was greeted with both boos and cheers when he first walked into the theater. Following the performance, Broadway star Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr, addressed Pence’s presence.

“Vice President-Elect Pence, I see you walking out, but I hope you hear us, just a few more moments,” Dixon said as some of the audience members booed Pence. “There is nothing to boo here ladies and gentlemen, there is nothing to boo here. We are all here sharing a story of love. We have a message for you sir and we hope that you will hear us out.”

Dixon said the cast welcomed Pence and thanked him for attending. He encouraged audience members to pull out their phones to record and to post on social media.

“We sir, we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir,” Dixon added. “But we truly hope, that this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all of us.”

Donald Trump responded on Twitter and took the cast of arrogant liberals to task.

Other critics pointed out that Hamilton – a play where the roles for the Founding Fathers were written for minority actors – had already been embroiled in controversy when a casting-call surfaced discriminating against white actors.

The casting-call, which was posted on the show’s website, asked for “NON-WHITE” actors – spelled out in all caps – to audition for the play.

The exclusionary nature of the play’s main cast flies in the face of the rant the actor who played Aaron Burr unleashed on the Vice President-elect.

But this lecture is part of an intimidation campaign by the left.

Trump resoundingly won the Electoral College which gives him a mandate to implement his agenda.

So the left has unleashed agitators in cities across America – as well as engaging in emotional blackmail by claiming their constituency groups are “afraid” – to force Republicans to back off their legislative priorities.

So far, President-elect Trump has ignored the left’s intimidation campaign and proceeds with naming cabinet appointees that infuriate the left and please conservatives.

Many are hoping he continues at full-speed ahead in his agenda and shrugging off the liberal’s whining.