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Cartoon: Anti-Trump Protesters Are Really Against Free Speech

by Bradley Matthews

Professional protesters continue to disrupt Donald Trump rallies. They don’t just oppose Donald Trump — they oppose the right to free speech as well.

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  1. Joseph

    Ed M – If I were not sure you actually believed the insane post you just assaulted normal people’s senses with, I would be ROTFLMAO. Who blocks INVITED people from speaking at the indoctrination institutions we USED to call ‘colleges’?
    Liberal, anti-Free Speech students, that’s who. Who blocks traffic and destroys private property every time there is a pro-Trump rally? Liberal, anti-Free Speech IDIOTS, that’s who. Trump removes a couple of brain-dead morons from his speeches and all of a sudden, HE’S against Free Speech and everything the Constitution stands for…which is what the REAL FASCISTS (Liberals) ARE aginst if THEY don’t agree with what someone is saying. And FYI, Dr. King would be standing right beside President Trump on the stage because Dr. King was a REPUBLICAN.

    May 11, 2017,2:47 pm


  2. Ed M

    Donald Trump is now running to the press and public because his Free Speech rights are being challenged at his Rallies. IT IS FUNNY that this did not occur before the promotion of hitting and roughing up protesters by Trump. Trump has worked up his audience to the point that if MLK JR were alive today and showed up, he would get his head smashed as they drug him out. Of course Trump who exaggerates everything would accuse Martin of swinging and flailing his fists as justification. According to the Supreme Court
    Hate speech, outside the law, is speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of attributes such as gender, ethnic origin, religion, race, disability, or sexual orientation.
    it may incite violence or prejudicial action against or by a protected individual or group, or because it disparages or intimidates a protected individual or group. In my mind Trump has meet this in his violent rhetoric.

    March 21, 2016,9:48 pm

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