Freedom of Speech is Under Assault in the USA

Freedom of Speech is Under Assault in the USA

Freedom of Speech is Under Assault in the USA

A rally was held in Boston by few hundred people who supported free speech.  20,000+ protesters showed up to protest free speech.

A crowd of that size had to be organized by Antifa and their backers.

Many of these protesters came to to rally intending to be violent. The police ended the rally earlier than planned.

There were just too many counter protesters..

Boston Commissioner William Evans said that 27 arrests were made on Saturday mostly for disorderly conduct, but including some for assaulting police officers. Protesters threw bottles, urine and rocks at police officers in the late afternoon, according to police.

Notice in this MSM report the violent protesters are not identified to to what side they were on. When that happens you know they were on the left.

To stand up for free speech i.e. the First Amendment is a noble thing. The left has conflated this with hate speech i.e. “Free Speech enables “hate speech”.

Therefore they frame their protest as protesting hate speech and the media do nothing to clarify this but in fact is joining the left in doing so.

President  Trump Tweeted;

“Looks like many anti-police agitators in Boston,” President Trump tweeted about 2 hours after the largely peaceful rally and march there ended. “Police are looking tough and smart! Thank you.”
Later, President Trump Tweeted that the protests might help heal decades-old divisions.
“Our great country has been divided for decades,” he wrote. “Sometimes you need protest in order to heal, & we will heal, & be stronger than ever before!”

By Ted Bellman

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