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Jerry Seinfeld’s Perfect Response to Pro-Palestinian Protesters

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Jerry Seinfeld remained calm and unfazed when faced with aggressive pro-Palestinian protesters outside an event in New York City.

Despite being called names like “Nazi Scum” and “genocide supporter,” Seinfeld chose not to engage with the demonstrators, instead smiling and waving before leaving.

Social media users praised his professionalism and poise, noting that his non-reaction was the best response to the situation.

“I’m glad Seinfeld didn’t let them bother him. That’s probably the [best] response possible. Don’t get dragged down to their level,” one commenter wrote.

“Pure class,” another said.

“Jerry Seinfeld so doesn’t care about those clowns,” another said, noting that “Jerry Seinfeld and most Americans don’t give a rip about what these annoying pro-Hamas protesters scream at them. If they want to side with a bunch of genocidal, antisemitic lunatics, that’s on them. Kudos to Jerry Seinfeld!”

By ignoring the protesters, Seinfeld effectively deflated their attempts to provoke a reaction, demonstrating his experience in handling hecklers and maintaining his composure in the face of hostility.

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