… Papoleto Melendez produced a video and submitted it to MNN, which aired it once but then banned it because it supposedly threatened the guards who work at MNN’s building. The network also suspended Halleck for one year and Melendez for life from submitting content, so t…
But wouldn’t this be an important exception? I entirely agree that the MNN is acting under color of government authority, but doesn’t the government have the right (or even the duty) to censor speech that calls for violence?
Or is that a different legal argument from the position that MNN is taking?