PEACEABLE ASSEMBLY and the CONSTITUTION
Updated: Dec 23, 2020
Several of my favorite things to do are get together with family and friends, go to church, go to concerts, go to restaurants, and be outside enjoying nature.
Yet these things have been limited, closed and mandated to stop.
The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States says:
"Congress shall make no law respecting ... the right of the people peaceably to assemble,
The Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) can make no law to stop people from
making groups of their own individual choosing."
Since when can the government, federal or state, lock down an entire society, close restaurants, salons, gyms, small businesses, churches, or even try to tell you and I what we can do in our own home? That's right, it does not have the power to do so. Our Constitution has made sure of that.
If you feel you are a grown person who has the capacity and ability to reason, to make decisions that are safe for you, your family, and your community - you have a target on your back.
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