That's not what I'm saying, but it's true nonetheless.Are you saying that allowing Neo-Nazis to hold rallies (and even endorsing them) isn't a defending racism or discrimination?
Or at least that's what the lawyer for the National Socialist Party of America argued in National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie, 432 U.S. 43 (1977). And the Supreme Court agreed.
The lawyer, by the way, was Jewish.
As to what I'm saying, I'll try to lay it out in words simple enough for you to follow: If you stand up for the right of people to speak their minds, that does not mean you think the way they do.
I was going to say "that does not mean you agree with them," but "agree" has two syllables, and your reading comp is already in question.