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2.05 The Bill of Rights
Transcript of 2.05 The Bill of Rights
The government making citizens evacuate their homes deals with the fourth amendment. This guards people from illegal searches and seizures. It is illegal for the government to take people's things without a warrant. I think my opinion is valid because citizens are secured under the fourth amendment to not be made to leave their homes.
Citizens being denied the right to bring legally owned firearms to storm shelters deals with the second amendment. Citizens are allowed to own and carry guns for protection. It's unlawful for citizens to be denied the ability to carry legally owned firearms to storm shelters. People carry firearms as a way to feel protected. I feel that my opinion is valid because in the Bill of Rights it states that U.S. citizens have the right to protect themselves.
Lastly, the events that were caused by the government were unlawful to the citizens affected. Citizens are protected under the amendments in the Bill of Rights. Thank you for taking your time to read this email and consider what was said.
Dear President Trump,
The only place where rights are absolute is in a utopia. A place were rights are absolute with every person doesn't exist. Every amendment in the Bill of Rights has limitations. Federal and state laws put limitations on First Amendment freedoms to protect public interest . The reason I am emailing you is because there are two important problems that have arose in my community, that I find troubling. The government made people leave their homes and were not allowed to bring legally owned firearms to storm shelters.
1. The government forced people to evacuate from their homes.
2. Citizens were denied the right to bring legally owned firearms to storm shelters.