LYNDHURST – Mayor Robert Giangeruso says fliers distributed around town promoting the Ku Klux Klan are protected by the First Amendment, even though their message is intolerable, according to a report on NorthJersey.com.
“Lyndhurst is a community that respects and honors diversity,” Giangeruso said in a statement obtained by the website.
“Freedom of speech sometimes brings with it the discomfort of hearing things that make our blood boil,” Giangeruso said. “Racism, hatred and bigotry is never something we should tolerate. We trust this recruitment drive in Lyndhurst will be unsuccessful and our diversity will continue to be celebrated…”
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