This judge has just declared that you and I and everybody else has a requirement to pay for somebody else's political soapbox, sit there, and listen to it. This is NOT what the first amendment says if you exercise a few brain cells a few minutes. If it did then there is no right to privacy in your own home. A saner interpretation is that a person may pay for and erect his soapbox any place that is legal without invading other people's privacy and speak his piece. Then he must clean up any mess and leave. He may not force you to listen. He may no force me to listen. He may not force anybody else to listen.
Given the way robocalls and telemarketers invade your privacy at their whim if this judge's verdict is allowed to stand I feel sorry for the poor sods reduced to taking telemarketing jobs. Their lives won't be worth 2 lousy cents when the vigilante squads find them.
Meanwhile, it is sort of fun to listen to the reactions when I declare, "If you call me again I will climb through this telephone cord and rip your g., d,,, throat out." A sweet little girl accent works best.