Even as a non-citizen, he has a right to say pretty much any nonsense he wishes over the arirwaves, provided he doesn't directly advopcate killing or violence or the immediate overthrow of the government.
Your point well taken here. Although previously when my liberal spouse (bless her) watched CNN, I lost it. An old atavistic impulse took over my mouth vis: "I like to punch the sod". Not the way to go really. What we are seeing here is the incredible tolerance of subversives like Morgan. Whether it is a great compliment to the rational and measured consideration of either Voltaire, or Tom Paine might be arguable.
For it is said that- "I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it". Conservatives can turn this one to their own advantage. I have been subjected to the usual state run media in Canada, The sanctimonious hypocracy of it all. The naysaying about our good neighbours to the south continues.
Terry Jones, the controversial pastor, was not only turned back at the Canadian border, but the officers had him grilled for four hours. No need for that. Turn the man back in fifteen minutes and be done with it, says I. Ann Coulter was to speak at a Toronto University. She was cancelled, or had to cancel, because of the phoney trumped up plans to harass Ann.
I do not offer any opinion about what should be done about Morgan. I would jolly well like to though. I offer to all and sundry, that compared with almost any country in the world, America tolerates the likes of a Morgan. Other countries would not, his feet would not touch. This says much for America.
God bless the Republic.