A Texas sheriff threatened to bring disorderly conduct charges against a truck driver for displaying a sticker that read "F--K TRUMP AND F--K YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM." The driver claimed she was just exercising her right to free speech. But some argue obscenity displayed in public places is not protected by the First Amendment, and nobody wants young children seeing curse words at every turn. What do you think? 🤐
Is profanity protected by the First Amendment?
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