Donald Trump Protesters Seek Restriction of Free Speech
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Since Pro has failed to provide definitions, I will provide them here.
Protesters: a person who publicly demonstrates strong objection to something; a demonstrator.
Restricition: the limitation or control of someone or something, or the state of being limited or restricted.
Free Speech: the right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint.
I will provide my arguments in the next round.
First round I will politely leave to acceptance.
Rebuttals: "What is the aim of the protesters against Trump? 1) To exercise their free speech? Hardly. That is what voting booths are for and social networks. " - Pro.
I disagree with this. They are just protesters. By our definition you accepted they are a "person who publicly demonstrates strong objection to something; a demonstrator." They don't seek restriction of free speech, they are just expressing their free speech. Those who protest Mr. Trump are simply exercising their freedoms. Those who oppose them are the ones who really are after the restriction of free speech.
"There aim seems clear in their hate for Mr. Trump." -Pro.
I would agree, that's why they are protesting, to show that they do not support his thoughts, words, and actions. Not too restrict any free speech. They simply hate him and protest against him because they dislike him, which is lawful.
Donald Trump is disliked by many people. In fact, he holds a 64% unfavorable rating, with only 29% of those polled supporting him.
It makes sense that people would protest against him since he is so disliked.
Final word: They are not protesting to restrict free speech, they are exercising their free speech by protesting.
FirestormOmega forfeited this round.
In conclusion, the Donald Trump protesters protest not to seek the restriction of free speech but to exercise their free speech.
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