But what does it even mean?
“This is about liberals use of the concept of free speech…”
“…we intend to shut down Ben Shapiro.”
“Saturday, some criminals broke windows & thought they’d get away. They were wrong.”
“No Trump, No KKK no fascist UVA!”
Human nature at its worst.
“instead of mourning, his family members had to spend part of their day worrying about a photo posted on Facebook of him hanging from a tree”
“I didn’t want to be that person who I guess was stereotyped because I was white.”
“During the ambush, Long shot Tullier in the head, stomach and shoulder, leaving him with brain damage.”
“Others said the teenager was surrendering, his hands in the air…”
“During my speech, the protesters banged on the glass windows and shouted.”
“The White House must die.”
“some people believe that they have the right to damage other people’s property and businesses to express their views…”
“Black Lives Matter L.A., staged a demonstration outside Johnson’s private residence”
Free speech, if highly offensive
“My goal was to get the best reaction from my fiancé and I achieved that.”
“Americans’ respect for police increased as the number of on-duty police officers who were shot and killed was on the rise.”
“…a small group of videos serve as proof of an epidemic.”
Feelings… nothing more than feeeeeeelings
Where’s the arrest?
“…the man ‘rapidly drew an object,’ placed both hands on it ‘like you would be holding a firearm'”
“The Charlotte man accused of killing a protester Wednesday…has admitted to the shooting”
Chaos in the streets, looting, injuries… these are not the hallmarks of a “protest”
“People [are] looking for some accountability.”
An interesting idea, but it runs afoul of free speech laws and lacks standing for action
“This stuff needs to stop.”
End of discussion
“I don’t doubt his sincerity based on what I’ve heard.”
“We are disappointed at the DCCC’s placating response…”
Here we go.
Disrespectful? Probably, but the First Amendment covers that.
“I was crouching behind a Chevy Suburban to avoid bullets.”
“I put ESPN in a bad spot…”
Reform or revolt?
Would you care to explain?