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Week of May 16, 2022

Week of May 16, 2022
Posted: May 12, 2022
Categories: Poll Questions
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Topic: Does First Amendment Guarantee Right to Protest at Private Residences

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Does the First Amendment guarantee the right to protest at the private residences of judges, elected representatives and other public officials?

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9 comments on article "Week of May 16, 2022"

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Barbie Lorentz, 5/13/2022 2:09 PM

Absolutely NOT, protesting at private homes is INTIMIDATION!


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Tomi Porterfield, 5/13/2022 3:59 PM

If the protest is intended to influence a decision it is illegal.


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Carla Klopfenstein, 5/14/2022 11:13 AM

Absolutely not for either side. Children and spouses should not be subjected to this type of harassment. Their homes are private property. Where are the police? This is against the law and these folks are more guilty than anyone standing on the taxpayer-owned Capitol building. Throw them in the same gulag where our government has hidden and treated horribly the so-called terrorists from J6.


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basketbros, 5/16/2022 3:59 AM

What happened to the cops? This is illegal, and these people are more guilty than anyone on the taxpayer-owned Capitol grounds. Put them in the same prison where our administration has been hiding and torturing so-called J6 terrorists.


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Glenda Stark, 5/16/2022 8:24 AM

No, that’s called: intimidation, harassment, and threatening. There are more civilized ways to ensure your 1st Amendment rights.


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Gertrude Leister, 5/16/2022 1:16 PM

If you have a problem with an elected official or judge protest where they work not at their family residence.


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Penalty Shooters 2, 5/19/2022 5:02 AM

The First Amendment protects your right to assemble and express your views through protest. However, police and other government officials are allowed to place certain narrow restrictions on the exercise of speech rights. Make sure you're prepared by brushing up on your rights before heading out into the streets.


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Mike, 5/20/2022 8:16 PM

The Constitution protects “the right of the people to peaceably assemble.” So while protesting is a time-honored practice in the United States, the operative word is “peaceably.” The Supreme Court has noted that a protest can be shut down if it is associated with “violence and intimidation. Regards from Cleveland


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Mike, 5/20/2022 8:17 PM

The Constitution protects “the right of the people to peaceably assemble.” So while protesting is a time-honored practice in the United States, the operative word is “peaceably.” The Supreme Court has noted that a protest can be shut down if it is associated with “violence and intimidation. https://www.drywallproscleveland.com

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