Adam Kokesh: Debate with anti gunner leads to arrest at White House

2 thoughts on “Adam Kokesh: Debate with anti gunner leads to arrest at White House

  1. DJ

    Some people eat a bowl of dumbass every morning for breakfast, and I ain’t talking about Kokesh.

  2. Oliver Steinberg

    White House “guarded” by white police officers. It figures.
    Mr. Kokesh really was heckling the protester, not interviewing him, but it was a public space where you should be able to compete in the marketplace of ideas . . . Of course the commotion becomes annoying in an otherwise well-regulated police state. Arguing the law (or the Constitution) with a cop is an unwise strategy, as any long-experienced protester can tell you.
    Meanwhile, the indifferent and distracted populace can get back to the business of spraying lead in all directions at the slightest provocation. THAT is one “Constitutional right” which doesn’t perturb the power structure.
    On the basis of this video, it would seem that it’s a crime to be obnoxious if you are not an elected official.

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