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The US Constitution does NOT allow for a 'right' to "protest" anywhere in its pages. The right to a "peaceful assembly" is what it guarantees under the law. The BoR also does not allow a specific 'right' to 'protest', but again, underlines the 'right' to gather in public, peacefully, for any reason other than an unlawful one, but does not confer a 'right' to engage in 'protest', and there is certainy no 'right' to violence, rioting, & assault.

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Fine work by The Babylon Bee...

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Some kids in the city I used to live in did this to thank the police officers in town. Great idea.🇨🇦

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Dave@DaveRubin
September 21, 2020

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