I know that some things like Encyclopedia Dramatica and the moonman meme are intended to be satirical, but to any sane person it just comes off as arrogant. In fact, the definition of satire isn't what many people apparently think it is. It isn't to point out something doing something bad by doing the exact same thing it does. It makes people think you're doing it and support what they're doing.
So yeah, I'll just go ahead and confirm the term "freedom of speech" is often confused by many people to mean to say anything even if it's offensive and hurts other people's feelings and/or illegal. And "satire" is often misconceived as meaning to imitate someone doing something offensive and/or threatening by doing the exact same thing. Surely we aren't stupid enough to believe things like that won't get us in trouble, right?