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Arrested “for protesting” (which is not a crime, and is (and should remain) Constitutionally protected) and being arrested “while protesting”, presumably for an offense that actually and factually constitutes a violation of law, are two very different circumstances, and this article plays fast and loose and conflates the two. That being said, Kingston is a prototypical “deplorable”, undeserving of airtime.

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