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In Fort Bend County, Texas, the debate over free speech has come down to a now-infamous bumper sticker: “FUCK TRUMP AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM.” Last week, Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls suggested in a Facebook post that the owner of the truck bearing the remark could be arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after the sheriff’s office received complaints about it.That owner happened to be Karen Fonseca, who, a day later, was arrested on an outstanding warrant on fraud charges from 2015.
Nehls’ Facebook post set off a defense of Fonseca’s right to free expression, leading the ACLU of Texas to tweet at Nehls: “you can’t prosecute speech just because it has the word f*ck in it.” [email protected] TNehls, you can't prosecute speech just because it has the word "f*ck" in it.
(And the owner of the truck should feel free to contact @ACLUTx.) #Constitutional Law101 #Free Speech pic.twitter.com/WPWUW5f Fwo — ACLU of Texas (@ACLUTx) November 15, 2017 Nehls said in a press conference last Wednesday that he supported freedom of speech, adding the sheriff’s office hadn’t threatened anyone with arrest.
“I think now it would be a good time to have meaningful dialogue with that person and express the concerns out there regarding the language on the truck,” Nehls told reporters.
On Monday, Fonseca stood alongside her family and attorney, telling reporters that her sticker had been on the truck for 11 months but had only come to the broader public’s attention when the sheriff posted a picture of it on Facebook.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office told KHOU that it would issue a statement on Monday after it reviewed the press conference.
“No matter what race, religion, or belief you may have, we are all equal.
Not any one of us is any better than anyone else,” Fonseca told reporters. And I’m just one person.” For now, both stickers remain on her truck.
The “fuck you” project crystallized one Friday night last year.
As Emily Temple-Wood video-chatted with friends, an email pinged in her inbox: “There are alternate realities where I raped you and got away with it,” it read.
“In those realities it’s legal for me to rape you as long as I want and as hard as I want.