Seems a self-proclaimed witch is offended by a Halloween decoration depicting a hanging witch. Any shred of credibility she might have had is out the door with this little statement:
“I know it’s his constitutional right, but…”
Now, I’m going to leave aside the woman’s contention that this is the same as burning crosses or nooses in the South. I’m going to leave aside her claim that this is offensive to the “entire community”. I’m going to leave aside the question of whether or not this is a “hate crime.” I’m going to leave aside the discussion about whether Halloween decorations are protected by the US Constitution.
What’s important in this particular case is the fact that the woman herself thinks it is a Constitutionally-protected right but that it should still come down.
Any time you argue “I know it’s a Constitutional right but [anything],” you have already conceded the point.