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GLENSIDE, Pa. (CBS) — Protesters hit the street to voice their concerns about conservative commentator Tomi Lahren.

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The protesters were kept across the street from the Keswick Theatre in Glenside 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.

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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.

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No arrests have been made.