Protesters hit the street to voice their concerns about conservative commentator Tomi Lahren.
The protesters were kept across the street from the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, where Lahren gave a speech Thursday night.
A group of counter-protesters expressed support for Lahren.
Lahren herself then came out amidst those supporting her and urged respect for the counter-protesters and their First Amendment right to free speech.
This all followed an incident overnight when “Nazi’s die” was spray-painted on the theater.
“Truth is the new hate speech. You don’t intimidate me! See you tonight, Glenside,” Lahren tweeted.
The graffiti was cleaned up before noon.
No arrests have been made.
SOURCE: CBS Philly