Anti-Trump graffiti near San Diego — “Murder Trump ASAP…” has prompted an investigation. From NBC LA:
— Mekahlo Medina (@MekahloNBCLA) March 19, 2017
More from the station’s website:
A lawyer said if the sign was meant to entice violence, then the culprit's First Amendment protection is voided https://t.co/rVR8xCpee6
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) March 19, 2017
Monder said if it was meant to entice violence, then the culprit’s First Amendment protection is voided. A federal charge would be brought under Title 18 section 871, or Presidential Threat Protection Act of 2000.
@NBCLA god dammit, people are stupid. murdering people is never an option.
— Bryy Miller (@Bryy_Miller) March 19, 2017