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Portland mayor wants to label all opinions he doesn’t agree with “hate speech” and ban them

by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:

To the Alt-Left authoritarian Nazis who run most of the country’s larger cities, the Founding Fathers, the U.S. Supreme Court and every American who truly believes the Constitution applies to everyone equally have a message for you: Please leave America. You don’t belong here anymore, if you ever did.

That includes the toadie mayor of Portland, Oregon, Democrat Ted Wheeler. He’s got this idea that he and his Left-wing sycophant citizens get to redefine the First Amendment’s free speech guarantee to apply only to them.

As reported by CNN and other outlets, Wheeler wants to stop two pro-Trump (he labeled them “Alt-Right”) demonstrations that are coming up in the city after ridiculously trying to link both events to an alleged “hate crime” that occurred in the city recently. (RELATED: Free Speech Is Dying Under The Obama Administration)

According to reports, two men were killed and a third seriously wounded when they tried to intervene during an incident on a Portland commuter train Friday. Cops say they were attempting to stop a man who was apparently yelling anti-Muslim slurs at two young women, one of whom was wearing a hijab, riding on the train.

Portland Police, who are being assisted by the FBI, are leading the investigation into the motive behind the alleged attacks and murders by Jeremy Joseph Christian, 35.

Wheeler is attempting to link the murders and the potential hate crime to two groups who are planning Trump free speech rallies — on June 4 and June 10 — though clearly, they have nothing to do with each other.

“My main concern is that they are coming to peddle a message of hatred and bigotry,” Wheeler told reporters, referring to the rally organizers. “They have a First Amendment right to speak, by my pushback on that is that hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.”

Actually, genius, it is. And even the Washington Post and ACLU admit that, with the former noting the various times the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld that speech, no matter how offensive or bigoted, is protected:

— In 1969, when the court “found that a state law banning public speech that advocates for illegal activities violated the constitutional rights of a Ku Klux Klan leader;”

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