I'm asking because of what recently happened in orlando. I've noticed that almost every time a foreign terrorist murders a people in the us it seems they've made their hateful opinions known to many people around them. according to a few news reports online the father supposedly has a show where he spends a lot of time criticizing america. I'm all for free speech but I think someone moving to a foreign country that chooses to spend their free time talking about how much they hate that country is a potentially dangerous person and they should be deported. I also think the US in particular should be a bit more strick about who they let in, especially from countries with large populations known to hate us. it seems these people get in way too easily.
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"The freedom of speech is not absolute; the Supreme Court of the United States has recognized several categories of speech that are excluded from the freedom, and it has recognized that governments may enact reasonable time, place, or manner restrictions on speech.
Criticism of the government and advocacy of unpopular ideas that people may find distasteful or against public policy are almost always permitted. There are exceptions to the
Most Helpful Guy
Not only does the father of the Orlando terrorist hate America, he is a vocal supporter of the Taliban. (The former would certainly flow from the latter.) So yes, I agree with you. What benefit came to our country by allowing this person to immigrate here and breed a terrorist like his son? This man claims his son wasn't radicalized at all. Which from his point of view makes perfect sense. The Taliban follow Sharia, and Sharia prescribes -- commands -- death to homosexuals. That's one of the problems with having immigrants who are Islamic supremacists and followers of Sharia as one of the squares of cloth in our "diversity" quilt. They're not exactly down for co-existing with the LGBTQ+ squares lying next to them in the quilt.0
Most Helpful Girl
People will have their opinions about a country and the people in it, even those who have been living there for a long time. There are dangerous Americans living in the US, and they are equally as dangerous as him, they just haven't killed as many people in one setting. Let's face it, the USA has had more shootings and murders this year than there have been days and not all of them were by foreign terrorists. I do agree that if you hate a country and the people there you shouldn't live there but you have to take into account that it isn't just ISIS terrorists killing people in the US, it's Americans too. I'm not defending ISIS at all, I'm firmly against it. The killings and mass murders will stop once guns are taken from every home. The UK doesn't have this sort of problem with shootings, it seems to only be the US. There's no point deporting people if all the resources to kill people very quickly (everything guns and gun related) is available to them.0
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