Last week, Disney World unveiled their new "animatronic Donald Trump" in their Hall of Presidents. The robot manages to look even sicklier and more petrifying than the real human being, and a young liberal comedian’s recent reaction to it has been much the same as many other people’s reactions would be to seeing Trump in the wild.

Actor and comedian Jay Malsky found himself in the Hall of Presidents at Disney World and decided to protest the animatronic Trump. "I’ll never get this close in real life probs," Malsky mused, before he truly went for it. As soon as the robotic Trump started speaking, Malsky started yelling, "Lock him up!" loudly and nonstop to the audible groans of others in the audience.

While it’s relatively easy to understand Malsky’s visceral and uncontrollable knee-jerk negative reaction to being slapped in the face with the fact that Trump is indeed the current President of the United States, social media’s reaction to his outburst was mixed.

On the one hand, some applauded his protest. After all, the #resistance never stops, right?

Others, however, were not thrilled with Malsky’s preferred form of protesting—essentially yelling at a monstrous animatronic that cannot talk back or even understand the yelling—as well as his choice of venue.

Some also went with the classic "but think of the children!" response, which is arguably a fair concern in a place like Disney World. But Malsky was quick to counter those concerns by pointing out that there are other children in the country who are scared by much more important things than a man screaming in a dark room.

Still, others couldn’t help but point out how useless Malsky’s "protest" really was. In a time when there are indeed a myriad of social justice issues to protest, yelling at a robot because he has the likeness of the man who is responsible for many of those injustices seems pretty low on the list.

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