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McConnell’s home draws protesters after Supreme Court comments

McConnell’s home draws protesters after Supreme Court comments

Droves of protesters descended on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) home in Kentucky on Saturday after he said President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would receive a vote on the Senate floor, even with the presidential election just weeks away.

Austin
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Aiden
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Personally, I find it hella scary that no matter what people are protesting, they’re labeled as terrorists. No matter whether they’re peaceful or violent, “antifa” or just regular citizens, they’re terrorists. Do y’all even understand how dangerous that is? Let me clarify that anyone who riots, destroys property, or commits assault should be arrested and charged, as they are. The problem is that many people are taking this violence, and labeling it as protests as a whole. It won’t be long until this mania ends up with legal restrictions on protesting, legal restrictions on demonstrating your first amendment right. This country is synonymous with protests and free expression. The protests of the 60s were incredibly successful in outlawing Jim Crow laws. We celebrate Labor Day to honor the 1886 Chicago riots demanding an 8 hour work day. These protests, and many many more have been integral to our development as a nation. The second we begin to call freedom of expression terrorism is the second our democracy dies.

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