Sadly the liturgy depicted in the video posted by Griego is more common than the one you posted. In the Latin diocese in my area there are clown masses and other strange things done during the liturgy. Alas, the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite is just that, extraordinary, that is, it is rarely celebrated in most parishes in the Latin Church.
If they're being done in your diocese at parish churches, on a regular basis every Sunday, you ought to notify the bishop, who may not be aware of it. "Clown" is definitely NOT one of the 21 approved rites!!
I haven't seen one myself since the late '70's, then it was at a university youth group Mass, full of all sorts of other abuses which I knew even then weren't approved by the Church - which was what made it so exciting, back then when I was a teenager and thought rebellion against my elders was cool.
I am sure that the Latin bishop already knows, and I gave up fighting for things in the Roman Church when I became Eastern Catholic. To be honest, it had been a fruitless battle anyway during the Bishop Cummins years, which I called "the Babylonian Captivity of the Diocese of Oakland." I realized it was a losing battle when the Diocese adopted its strategic plan entitled "Faith in Service to the World," which spoke about the implementation of "new liturgical rites" that could be celebrated by lay people without the need of priests, and which encouraged acceptance of "different kinds of families."  The strategic plan endorsed the so-called "Inclusive Church" model, which was to be followed in all things, and moral judgments about behaviors contrary to the true good of the human person appeared to be anathema, or to put that into plain English, morality was a thing of the past, especially on sexual issues. I am happy that I am no longer a member of the Diocese of Oakland, and other than attending Latin parishes on occasion, that is, when I cannot attend a Byzantine liturgy, I have little to do with the official Roman Church in the East Bay Area.
 In the Spanish language edition of the strategic plan the English language phrase "different kinds of families" was more clearly defined as "diferentes clases de familias, incluyendo a los homosexuales y lesbianas." Faith in Service to the World
, Spanish Edition, page 31.