Freedom of Speech is Not Absolute
If freedom of speech were absolute, threats would be legal. If freedom of speech were absolute, person A could say to person B, “I have a gun. If you say a word or even just make a sound, I will shoot you in the head,” and it would be perfectly legal for them to do so. Would person B, in this scenario, still feel like they have the right and freedom to say whatever they want? Surely they’d feel at...