White supremacism is not free speech or free assembly. These folks believe they’re genetically superior (of European descent), that they built this country, and, therefore, are entitled to be here to the exclusion of non-whites and Jews who must either leave or face violence. (Of course, they conveniently forget the long history of whites enslaving or indenturing non-whites “to build this country,” and the colonial histories of wealth and power likewise built on the enslaved or indentured backs of foreigners. Genetic testing, I’m sure, would also disillusion many from imagined pure white European descent. Perhaps the most incorrect assertion of theirs, lately, is that they’re simply defending white history by protesting the removal of the Lee statue in Emancipation Park, but failing to acknowledge that the statue is explicitly a historical referent to white subjugation of blacks, commissioned in 1917, I believe, in a formerly whites-only park, Jim Crow segregation. So that statue, if it’s about white heritage, is the heritage of white violence and discrimination against blacks. Ergo, protesting it’s removal is incitement to violence). This common advocacy of violent removal of non-whites and Jews is incitement to violence, and it’s common and repeated. This is not free speech or free assembly. Stop permitting their rallies, and fight them in court with the evidence of their incitement to violence, simply by playing back to the court the statements of the organizers, the organizations, and they’re followers. The evidence is extremely easy to find and widely available online, so it should be easy to present in court. So, I stridently disagree with people, lawyers, and judges, who defend white supremacists right to hold these rallies as 1st Amendment protected.