First Amendment to the Constitution

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

What Five Rights Does the First Amendment Protect?

  • Freedom of Speech
  • Freedom of Press
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Right to Assembly
  • Right to Petition the Government

This is part of the keystone which makes the United States of America the greatest country on earth. It is not perfect, but it is the freest nation on earth for it’s people. That freedom is clarified by the nations very 1st law. In case it has not been clarified to you all amendments to the Constitution are laws. Not only are they laws, they are the only laws besides the Constitution that have been voted on and approved by the People of the United States through direct vote and agreed by over a two thirds margin to be the laws of the land.

The Constitution and it’s Amendments is what makes the United States the most unique nation in the world. It does that because “The Constitution is not a document for the government to restrain the people: it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government.” that quote is accredited to almost all of the founding fathers. No one knows who really said it, but it is believable that any of them would have. It is the definition of the sole purpose of our nations founding, what they were fighting for in one sentence.

Since before the 2016 Presidential Election the Democrat Party has made it standard operating procedure to violate three of those rights guaranteed by the nations first law, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right to petition the Government.

Freedom of Speech

Freedom of speech is the right to speak, write, and share ideas and opinions without facing punishment from the government. The First Amendment protects this right by prohibiting Congress from making laws that would curtail freedom of speech.

Even though freedom of speech is protected from infringement by the government, the government is still free to restrict speech in certain circumstances. Some of these circumstances include: Obscenity and Indecency, Defamation, Incitement, and Fighting words. I love that last one. That is the Legal Definition from Cornell Law School.

In plain english in 99.9999% of the time the Government which means anyone who works for it, or is even elected into it can NOT interfere in what anyone has to say about anything. Period. Yet for the last 8 years that is exactly what the United States Government has been doing. The last 3 years they’ve been doing it like a professional athlete on steroids.

The ongoing release of the Twitter files has proven without a shadow of doubt that the U.S. Government, elected officials and even simple civil servants have been censoring every aspect of civilian American speech. From the FBI actively suppressing the Biden Laptop Corruption story, to the CDC and the NIH crushing the speech of not just laymen, but medical professionals that disagreed with the Government line on Covid.

Freedom of the Press

The right to report news or circulate opinion without censorship from the government—was considered “one of the great bulwarks of liberty,” by the Founding Fathers of the United States. The Legal Definition of this right has grown and changed immensely since the founding through case law. What hasn’t change is the right to publish and disseminate truthful information about anyone or anything under the same rules as the individuals free speech right.

The FBI actively worked with Twitter, Google, and Facebook to censor the Biden Laptop Corruption story published by the Nations oldest News Paper the NYPost. Adam Schiff had an on going chain of censorship against everyone. He is not an outlier of Senior Democrats, he’s just the Poster boy for what they’ve been doing.

Right to Petition the Government

The people of the United States of America have the right to appeal to the American government, either the concerned individuals are duly in favor or against the specific policies that may greatly affect them or in the contrary, may have felt strongly with, personally. In a simpler meaning, the right to petition provides every American citizen concerned, “the very right to present their personal or group requests to the American government, without the fear of being led to punishment or reprisal.”

If our Government, elected officials, and civil servants our censoring our free speech, and freedom of the press against their policies as the evidence suggests, they our actively working against the right to petition the Government for redress of issues.

This is government acting on the old Soviet Union style of government. It is the beginning of tyranny.

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