Is it true that my hatred toward French Canadians is protected by the Constitution?
- 3 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Everyone knows the quebecois have no rights
- jimmyLv 73 weeks ago
The US constitution means nothing outside the USA.
- PatLv 73 weeks ago
- 3 weeks ago
Here I thought I was the only one. Anti-French-Canuck-Ite here myself. They're responsible for all the wars of the world. Do some research.Source(s): PhD, Canadian Studies
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
I can't blame you. I'm French Canadian, and I can't stand some of my relatives!
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Hate speech in the United States is not regulated, in contrast to that of most other liberal democracies. The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that hate speech is legally protected free speech under the First Amendment. The most recent Supreme Court case on the issue was in 2017, when the justices unanimously reaffirmed that there is effectively no "hate speech" exception to the free speech rights protected by the First Amendment.