" In 1969 the United States supreme court issued a ruling called "Brandenburg vs. Ohio" which stated that public discussion of proactive alternatives to the current electoral system do, in fact, constitute constitutionally protected Free Speech, and are not actionable. To make a long story short, Brandenburg vs. Ohio is the reason that William Pierce was able to write and publish The Turner Diaries and the reason that I have been able to write and publish my Northwest Novels, without ending up in prison for the crime of upsetting and annoying people with power.
Anyway, theoretical discussions about all those consummations devoutly to be wished, as shakespere put it, is legal and constitutionally protected FREE SPEECH under the 1st amendment. Of course it is. How does anyone think the 1st amendment and this entire country came to being in the first place? " - Harold Covington, Radio Free Northwest, Sept 21st, 2017
Supreme court ruling: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/395/444