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"where a speaker is drowned out by opponents who believe the speaker has no right to speak" misses the point. They had a right to speak, and did speak. There is, however no "right to be heard".

That kind of thinking is what leads to out-of-control shouting matches, no ideas are shared, no communication, no coming together just more division. And what about the people who came to listen, they don't have to right to hear the message without some a-whole with a bullhorn blasting out obscenities like the morons at Biden's speech in Philly the other day. Is that the kind of world you want to live in ?

From: Situation could have ended with an apology | Letter to the editor

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