Sheriff David Clarke took on one of the protesters from Donald Trump‘s Chicago rally Friday and pulled no punches.
The protester, self-professed socialist Charles Paidock, looked half asleep as he tried to argue his point on Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday.
“I don’t think we have time to get into the case law of free speech, which possibly doesn’t exist to the point we’d like to think, and no right is exercised in the absolute,” Paidock, who apparently doesn’t understand the First Amendment, said.
“It’s up to the citizens to put an end to this inflammatory hate speech,” he continued, thus pushing the liberal narrative that there are “hate speech” restrictions in the United States, which is inaccurate.
Clarke fired back that “everything is ass backwards in the country right now.”
“We’re looking at rioting, we’re calling that protesting. The cops are the bad guys, the crooks are the victims now. Everything that’s said when one wants to express themselves has to be put through an approval meter. This is a totalitarian movement,” he lamented, adding that the protesters are just a “conglomeration of misfits.”
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