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Protesters at U.S. Supreme Court


So I woke up and walked to the U.S. Supreme Court today. There were literally hundreds of people. Half had spent the night on the sidewalk. This is the story I wrote for The Daily Caller with a fellow intern.

I don’t agree with what the Westboro Baptist Church and supporters say, but I do believe they have the right to protest and say what they want as long as they aren’t causing enough emotional strain to endanger others.

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One thought on “Protesters at U.S. Supreme Court

  1. Manny Barbosa says:

    We live in a world where if you don’t abide by the social standards you will become an outcast. I undertand people have the to right to protest for what they see as wrong but honestly what wrong are those who are being oppressed doing. I understand people protesting for something that really has an impact in our world but this is just people trying to tell other how to live their lives.

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