A Nazi was punched in the face outside white supremacist Richard Spencer's speech at the University of Florida, and Twitter had a field day. But is it wrong to cheer violence, even when it's committed against a Nazi? Some say after Charlottesville, it's clear American fascists are here for violence, not dialogue—these are evil people who must be met with force. Others argue meeting free speech, even repugnant speech, with violence sets a disturbing precedent and doesn't solve the problem. What do you think? 👊
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