Not so, at least on this evidence. The background: Christine Fair is an activist who was at an exercise club where she saw Robert Spencer also exercising. She raised a stink and the club banned Spencer. Today she has a post in the Post defending her actions. When I checked about 1 pm she had drawn more than 450 comments. When looking at the comment threads sorted by "likes", the top threads (maybe 5 or 6, didn't bother to scroll down through all of them) were all anti-Fair.
Count me in their camp--as long as Spencer was lifting according to the club rules, he should be left alone. You want to protest his views, which are terrible, fine, but do it at his office or his speeches, etc. And even his speeches, I'd follow the recent Notre Dame precedent, attend then walk out, or vocally protest for 10 minutes, then allow him to talk.