Sen. Nancy Pelosi says you don’t have Constitutional right to cry wolf in a crowded theater.

San Francisco, California, August 25 — Two days ago Senator Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) gave an interview to San Francisco television station’s Pam Moore. The interview took a Constitutional nose-dive seconds after it began with absolutely dire, inexplicable and appalling remarks made by the senator.

The actual video interview and the link to the original article published by Mr. David French of National Review is down below in the sources section — we highly recommend everyone to watch this interview for themselves.

Pam Moore asked the senator to weigh in regarding the possible issuing of a permit to an “alt-right group” by the National Parks Service to which the senator Pelosi replied:

My hope is that parks service would not allow these elements to use a national park to spew forth their venom. I will have a conversation later today with the director – I don’t know what word will I receive but I have encouraged the park service to take a serious look at their capability of protecting people – that’s their first responsibility.

How could the park service justify denying that organization their free speech rights? — pressed Ms. Moore

Because the Constitution does not say that a person can shout [wo], shout, yell wolf in a crowded theater. If you are endangering people then you don’t have a constitutional right to do that.

Mr. French of National Review wrote an excellent article breaking down the interview, please visit his article in the link below.

Source: National Review by Mr. David French

P|M Weighs In:

It is a devastating era in the United States. A time in which hate speech is anything other than what is “deemed appropriate” by one sociopolitical group.

Amendment I 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

PBS reported that the “alt-right” group Patriot Prayer was indeed issued the permit by the National Parks Service. The park service said that denying Patriot Prayer a permit would violate the organization’s free speech rights. (Full article link below).