Hating Breitbart: Statement from Eyewitness to Ryan Clayton’s Childish, Annoying, and Insulting Behavior in Theater
After this item excerpted below attracted considerable attention, I was emailed by an attorney who claimed to be present at the same showing as Ryan Clayton, while also observing much of his behavior.
Allegedly, Ryan Clayton got up and started screaming in the middle of the film.
Far left activist Ryan Clayton has appeared several times on FOX News. His blog is 100 Proof politics.The dude is 100 proof loon.
More… Ryan Clayton actually appears in the Hating Breitbart documentary where he talks about the need for civil discourse in society… And then is seen viciously attacking Andrew Breitbart.
Said individual provided me with his phone number and we went through their observations. I then asked them to provide an independent written account to guard against any discrepancies, or items that appeared to be made up. The following is the observer’s accounting of events.
I was at this showing of Hating Breitbart.
A friend and I ended up near this guy (Ryan Clayton) but moved away from him right away because he was obnoxious. He was adding all kinds of snark, commentary of his own. Eventually some guy went to complain to the theater staff.
The staff came in and escorted Clayton and his female friend out but Clayton couldn’t refrain from getting up in the face of the guy who went out to complain.
As relayed to me by phone, security actually walked ahead of Clayton for the most part. Clayton allegedly took advantage of that opportunity to again harass the individual who had complained about him.
Clayton stopped in front of this guy and stood over him blocking his view. The guy kept asking him to move and Clayton kept taunting him by saying “I can’t hear you, I’m sorry”.
The guy sitting down was saying “get out of my f*cking way” but Clayton insisted he couldn’t hear him three times. He almost provoked a fight but finally left. I was surprised when Clayton and his lady friend came back in to the theater.
For the rest of the movie Clayton, instead of speaking out, would laugh out (inappropriately) in a really obnoxious laugh in order to annoy the audience.
Security came in again and gave him another warning.
After the movie Clayton was outside trying to interview people as they came out.
I overheard him asked if he was “the guy in the movie” and he denied it. He was asking people if they knew that Breitbart’s last tweet was “I’m sorry” and why that might be.
He then would ask if Breitbart had anything to be sorry about.
Clayton was told by security that he couldn’t film or interview and that he had to leave.
He was told again in the main lobby to leave at which time he was escorted to the doors of the theater.
It’s one thing to be a jerk – but totally another to be a jerk to a dead man and father, most especially on a special night in his honor.
You should be proud, Ryan Clayton. You jerk. Perhaps you are simply jealous as Andrew Breitbart had but one more of many, many nights that have been his, while you, from all appearances, will never have one of your own.