FAST FIVE: All Of Us Are In Danger: When Anti-Government Speech Becomes Sedition

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All Of Us Are In Danger: When Anti-Government Speech Becomes Sedition Authored by John and Nisha Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “If you can't say '[email protected]#k' you can't say, '[email protected]#k' the government.'” – Lenny Bruce, comedian Anti-government speech has become a four-letter word.

Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin would certainly be placed on a terrorist watch list for suggesting that Americans should not only take up arms but be prepared to shed blood in order to protect their liberties.

My guess is that you won't last long before you get thrown out, shut up, threatened with arrest or at the very least accused of being a radical, a troublemaker, a sovereign citizen, a conspiratorialist or an extremist.

No matter what one's political persuasion might be, every American has a First Amendment right to protest government programs or policies with which they might disagree.

If the government censors get their way, there will be no more First Amendment.

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