Three protesters recently sued Donald Trump for inciting violence against them at his March 2016 campaign "get 'em out of here" rally in Louisville, KY.
In case you need a refresher on the ugliness of racism in America, here's the videoof what happened to public health student Kashiya Nwanguma at that rally (and a little more about one of the white nationalists who pushed her).
Now check out this actual line from Trump's lawyers in his defense:
"Of course, protesters have their own First Amendment right to express dissenting views, but they have no right to do so as part of the campaign rally of the political candidates they oppose."
*The first person to figure out that argument wins a lifetime subscription to How to Help.
How to help make this really cool thing called the First Amendment go viral
Check out these brilliant billboards posted by the ACLU, which simply display the First Amendment (in English, Spanish, and Arabic).
Also, the judge in the Louisville case has already rejected Trump's lawyers' motion to dismiss. We have a feeling that's going to earn him a mean tweet from @realDonaldTrump.
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