…o his family, and to the one person who’s most undeserving of disdain: his 10-year-old son, Barron. I say, “Step off, if you don’t agree with the election result. Move countries if you find living under this President, who is still OUR President, either difficult or disgusting.” I also say, “Give him a chance. Give him a chance to make all your lives better as best he can with…
Well, Edward, I’m Canadian, so I’m only watching from across the border, but I think what you are seeing is people practicing the 1st amendment of the United States of America.
Which is that congress shall make no law to prohibit freedom of speech, or the right to peaceably assemble or to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
If it’s not legal for congress to tell other people to shut up or go away, then I suspect it’s a good rule of thumb for everyone else, too.
There will be many people affected every time a new leader is voted in, and those people have the right to speak and be heard.