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The first amendment also does not refer to U.S. citizens. Someone can speak, but no one has to listen. This means U.S. citizens can tell bigoted people to stop talking when they present unreasonable and/or dangerous ideas. However, the argument that we must listen to and rationally consider hate speech has recently spread like wildfire. This is false.
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