Is the following to be protected speech?
Chris Travers

I think your example *has* been protected speech since the founding of the nation.

The “line” is crossed (and I’m no lawyer, but this is how I think it works) when the speaker starts to speak not in philosophical terms, but starts to actually plan the revolution, at which time it becomes incitement to violence.

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