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I strongly support the right of farmers everywhere to raise livestock for food. I also believe that the overwhelming majority of food producers in this country take proper care of the animals they raise for food.
But, as I wrote back in September, those who argue that farm photography and filming shouldn’t be protected under the Constitution because it’s a “politically motivated” means of popularizing an “anti-meat agenda” appear to be unfamiliar with the Constitution.
To reiterate, a person needn’t share one shred of support for an anti-meat agenda to wonder if “politically motivated” speech is not to be protected under the First Amendment, then what speech is protected?