An attendee of some ridiculous white supremacy rally in SC succumbs to the heat and is helped to shade by a black police officer. Reactions such as this are what America is truly made of. It's how to effect the most positive change. Not fighting, just being; and being an example to follow.
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True believers in the Constitution rather than the smorgasbord type recognise the sanctity of citizens to gather and express themselves peacefully. While the ideas may be heinous and unpleasant, the professional peace officer you see here, obviously knows his job and how to keep his personal animosity, if any, away from how he performs his job.
There are a lot of people 'spouting off' about the Constitution picking up favored morsels from rhe menu to support inane positions but not getting the gist of the main course, the principle behind this revered document. This simple picture is quite educational
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