"Stengel added that it's time to consider hate-speech laws, like those enacted by other countries to discourage incitement of racial and religious tensions after World War II. He argued that mass shooters Dylann Roof and Omar Mateen were consumers of hate speech, which created a climate that made their heinous crimes more likely."

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@TheIronHeart "no one can say anything because something might influence someone." well shit by that standard we should cut out people's tongues.

ordinary jewing: demanding Influence Cartel monopoly headed by kikely & kikesome, the only 2 sides needed for any debate.

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