Dana Loesch: It may be offensive, that doesn’t make it illegal… yet

Dana Loesch, Video Still
Dana Loesch, Video Still

The recent dust up at University of Missouri in which protests lead to the resignation of their president, and attempts to block the press from reporting on the protests led to the resignation of a communications professor has opened a firestorm of scrutiny and criticism, rightfully so, from the media. In response, Dana Loesch lays out your 1st Amendment like no one else.

“That is the double-edged sword of freedom. You take the good with the bad… Just because someone says something offensive to you, does not mean it is illegal… Offensiveness is completely subjective… it would be predicated upon whoever was in charge!”

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