Don Lemon and Brooke Baldwin both got triggered when panelists used the “M” word to describe protesters trying to bang down the doors of the Supreme Court.

Well, ok.

How about “thugs” ? Or “unhinged crazies” ?

Via Daily Caller.

A panel on “CNN Tonight” with Don Lemon Tuesday got very heated while debating what constitutes a mob.

The panelists’ comments came in regard to the recent protester trend of harassing elected officials in public; they questioned what exactly constitutes a “mob” and if protesters should be categorized as such….

“Is it mob behavior? No, it’s not mob behavior,” Lemon said. “It’s people who are upset, and they’re angry with the way the country is going and the policies of these people….

“In the Constitution, you can protest whenever and wherever you want. It doesn’t tell you that you can’t do it in a restaurant, it doesn’t tell you that you can’t do it on a football field. It doesn’t tell you that you can’t do it on a cable news show. You can do it wherever you want,” Lemon concluded….

Via Daily Wire.

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin refused to let one of her guests refer to rowdy far-left activists who opposed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as a “mob,” saying that she did not want to use the “m-word.”….

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  1. Alain41 says:

    1st amendment says, Congress small make no law… the right of the people peaceably to assemble…
    So Lemon is wrong when he says that the Constitution protects protest anywhere at any time. That’s why you apply for demonstration permits a la March for Women, etc. Why permit locations for counter protests are issued for different locations. The permit doesn’t prevent the protest, they prevent 2 counter parties running into each other a la Charlottesville (though officials didn’t do a good job of controlling there). This is different from 2A which says, shall not be infringed.

    Instead of mob for Leftists, I’d use, An Abomination of Comrades.

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