What you're saying is that you get to define what I am saying when I'm the one doing the protest. Then, of course, in your infinite arrogance you assume the right to tell me how to protest and where?
Don't you know that you're job in a protest is to listen. You can then either agree, ignore or oppose. The responses you're making show you oppose. I will note your responses fall into the category of opposition. They are also classic passive-aggressive.
The idea that authorities can and presumably should define how those protesting should protest is not as prevalent on the right as you seem to think and you'll be glad to know that Rush Limbaugh is on the record saying at least he knows it. Obviously, the passive-aggressive acolytes of authoritarianism like Zorro are just too taken with themselves to even reflect intelligently on their ideas. To wit:
Zorro, that the kid in the video is shot is what is being protested. No one thinks the APD would mow down the assembled Falcons protesting anywhere - suggesting that is what is implied is a lie.
Even Rush Limbaugh says the president is wrong to seek to sanction the kneeling of the players who are protesting and the efforts to move in that direction makes him 'nervous.'
That you would have him 'require' the Falcons who protest do so before the APD headquarters is just another noxious and constitutionally abusive demand made by a passive-aggressive acolyte of authoritarianism.
You can protest all you want about whatever you want and when you do, everyone else has the right to criticize you as well.
You have no right to protest on your employer's time...
That is true. I fired two people who called out sick an hour before they were to start work because they participating at a demonstration in Atlanta. Company policy is to give four hours notice.