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Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the protesters should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

One thing is for certain, the rioters didn't just take a militant stance. They actively engaged in something akin to domestic terrorism.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the protesters should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the protesters should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

One thing is for certain, the rioters didn't just take a militant stance. They actively engaged in something akin to domestic terrorism.

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Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the violent fascists mobprotesters should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

I will leave you with this:

Liberals Embrace Violence

Many have long suspected that if you scratch an American liberal, you will find a budding fascist. I mean that in the literal sense, not as a general epithet. More and more, liberals are openly embracing violence as a path to power. Not just the nuts, either: their recently-defeated vice-presidential nominee, Tim Kaine, has called on his fellow liberals to become street fighting men. Our friends at Grabien have assembled this montage of liberals advocating, and in some cases actually committing, political violence.

I would go there and watch that movie clip.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the violent fascists mob should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

I will leave you with this:

Liberals Embrace Violence

Many have long suspected that if you scratch an American liberal, you will find a budding fascist. I mean that in the literal sense, not as a general epithet. More and more, liberals are openly embracing violence as a path to power. Not just the nuts, either: their recently-defeated vice-presidential nominee, Tim Kaine, has called on his fellow liberals to become street fighting men. Our friends at Grabien have assembled this montage of liberals advocating, and in some cases actually committing, political violence.

I would go there and watch that movie clip.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the protesters should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

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Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the violent fascists mob should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

I will leave you with this:

Liberals Embrace Violence

Many have long suspected that if you scratch an American liberal, you will find a budding fascist. I mean that in the literal sense, not as a general epithet. More and more, liberals are openly embracing violence as a path to power. Not just the nuts, either: their recently-defeated vice-presidential nominee, Tim Kaine, has called on his fellow liberals to become street fighting men. Our friends at Grabien have assembled this montage of liberals advocating, and in some cases actually committing, political violence.

I would go there and watch that movie clip.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc.

I will leave you with this:

Liberals Embrace Violence

Many have long suspected that if you scratch an American liberal, you will find a budding fascist. I mean that in the literal sense, not as a general epithet. More and more, liberals are openly embracing violence as a path to power. Not just the nuts, either: their recently-defeated vice-presidential nominee, Tim Kaine, has called on his fellow liberals to become street fighting men. Our friends at Grabien have assembled this montage of liberals advocating, and in some cases actually committing, political violence.

I would go there and watch that movie clip.

Of course they infringed on his right to free speech. You have a right to peacefully protest. This wasn't that. There were numerous assaults, you can read about one here, destruction of property, etc. But if you want to say that the violent fascists mob should be convicted for their violence rather than on civil rights violations, I would agree with you. They should.

But don't think that the speaker's civil rights weren't violated under both the public accommodations clause of the Civil Rights Act as well as the 14th Amendment.

I will leave you with this:

Liberals Embrace Violence

Many have long suspected that if you scratch an American liberal, you will find a budding fascist. I mean that in the literal sense, not as a general epithet. More and more, liberals are openly embracing violence as a path to power. Not just the nuts, either: their recently-defeated vice-presidential nominee, Tim Kaine, has called on his fellow liberals to become street fighting men. Our friends at Grabien have assembled this montage of liberals advocating, and in some cases actually committing, political violence.

I would go there and watch that movie clip.

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