Crazy Cat Lady
First, you haven't established that it wasn't okay, just that you, and the depictions of Jesus in the story don't.
Second, even if they were doing "something wrong", that does not justify assault and vandalism.
First, it is a brothel. Please stop using derisive slurs against your fellow human beings.
Second, as I pointed out before, that just because you liken it to having a brothel or drug den inside of a synagogue, does not mean it actually is like having a brothel or drug den inside of a synagogue. Your likening the two does not make them alike.
Third: As I pointed out before, and will continue to do so, you have not demonstrated that there was anything wrong with having money changers and animals in the temple. All that you do is express your repugnance with false analogies. If I think that an action is immoral, I do not have to liken it to other things to explain why it is wrong.
So, again, and again. And again.
Why was there anything wrong with having money changers and animals in the temple?
Do you even know why they were their to begin with? (I didn't ask if you can guess. I asked if you actually know?)
I can describe the temple courts, to demonstrate the area that was considered sacred. Since we are not told which part of the temple precinct the traders had occupied, one can only surmise that it was an outside court, most likely the court of the Gentiles.
The problem was making money in an area dedicated to the worship of God.
I thought the temple was where people paid their taxes, and the tax collectors could charge whatever they wanted, so they ripped people off. Jesus didn't want poor people being ripped off in his father's house.