...which to me implies that the person being censored had a right to speak, but that right was inhibited by someone in the position to inhibit said right of speech.
I could be off on my understanding of the word censor, but I'm not so sure kicking someone out of your house is censorship, but rather, your enforcement of your right to own property and manage that property how you want.
I can understand where you're coming from on the warning, but I'm not so sure that there was no warning given. Was there? Would it matter if there wasn't?
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