Hypothetical One

The following speech was given recently:


I sympathize with the radical Islamist terrorists who believe the United States is the great Satan. I admire their courage, their willingness to give their lives for their cause. I can't say all I would like, but I would admire others who become suicide bombers and bring down airplanes and buildings.

Is this speech protected under the Clear and Present Danger test? Is it protected under the Brandenburg test?


Hypothetical Two

Several days later, a different version of the speech was given:

I sympathize with the radical Islamist terrorists who believe the United States is the great Satan. I admire their courage, their willingness to give their lives for their cause. I urge others to copy them and become suicide bombers and bring down airplanes and buildings.

Is this speech protected under the Clear and Present Danger test? Is it protected under the Brandenburg test?