Ku Klux Klan Rally In Dayton, Ohio Brought Out More Counter-Protesters Than Attendees -- Should These Be Allowed?

A planned Ku Klux Klan rally in Dayton, Ohio did not go as planned, but a lot of money had to be spent for the safety of all the parties involved.

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A recent Ku Klux Klan rally, that took place in Dayton, Ohio, was an odd sight because only nine people showed up to support the white supremacist hate group. The handful of KKK members were met with 600 counter-protesters.

Montgomery County Administrator Michael Colbert explained: “We are legally obligated to provide access to public spaces where individuals can exercise their freedom of speech and right to assemble.”  

Should rallies like these be forbidden, yes or no?