Nurse Dan believes that the Bill of Rights is inalienable and makes the United States of America great and free. The Bill of Rights guarantees "we the people" a constitutional government of the people, by the people, and for the people. The Bill of Rights guarantees our rights, liberties and freedoms against our government’s total authority, power and control over our lives, livelihoods and lifestyles as shown in authoritarian and totalitarian states like China, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, and Cuba.
Corporatists, elitists, globalists, and the Washington, D.C. establishment believe that our Bill of Rights is à la carte and that they alone can choose which ones we can enjoy and which ones we can’t. They are dead wrong. Our Founding Forefathers made the Bill of Rights a package deal. You’re either all in, or all out, and our government does not have the right to pick and choose or add or delete our Bill of Rights.
With an abridged or redacted Bill of Rights, we the people could lose our rights to practice our faith or religion, to speak freely and openly, to free association, peaceful assembly, or petition our government for the redress of grievances, injustices, or wrongs. We could lose our right to secure our homes and our families. We could lose our right to be safe and secure and against unlawful and illegal searches and seizures by our government. We could lose our presumption of innocence, our protection against double jeopardy, our due process of law, our equal protection under the law, and our property and privacy without recourse or recompense. The rights of the accused would be lost. Independent and impartial and free and fair trials and tribulations would be lost. Self-defense would be lost. Probable cause would be lost. Protection against cruel and unusual punishment would be lost. States' rights would be lost. The rule of law would be lost. Justice would be lost. Truth would be lost. Righteousness would be lost. Our country would be lost.
In cause and effect, an abridged or redacted Bill of Rights would inevitably lead to fear and favor and inexorably to tyranny.
The United States Constitution has a process and procedure to be amended. But our Bill of Rights is unalienable and thus immutable.
Nurse Dan seeks to be our representative in Congress to stand up, speak up, and speak out on behalf of our Bill of Rights for all the people before the corporatists, elitists, globalists and Washington, D.C. establishment abridges or redact our ordained individual rights in the name of national security, domestic extremism or public safety. As your chosen representative and public servant in Congress, the Bill of Rights will always be my guidepost and cornerstone for any bill or act that I introduce, sponsor, or vote for.
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