Robert F. Kennedy Jr., grandson of the late President John F. Kennedy, argued that the entire Bill of Rights, except for the Second Amendment, was violated during the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
“The rise of censorship, the proliferation of repression of religious freedoms, the right to property rights, the closing of millions of businesses without compensation or due process, the abolition of the jury trial, guaranteed by the Sixth and Seventh Amendments to any vaccine company, said Kennedy, an attorney and son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
Kennedy was present at Carlson’s performance to discuss book, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma and the Global Battle for Democracy and Public Health.”
He argues that in just one year, almost all the rights codified by the founders were taken away.
“In that first year, we literally eliminated every amendment to the Constitution except the Second Amendment,” he said.
“Anyone who wants to criticize the government they have removed. That’s why we have the Revolution – so that we can criticize the government. And we put that first, but it’s gone,” he said.
Kennedy specifically targeted how the exercise of religious freedom was limited in time epidemic.
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“They closed every church in this country for a year. … By the way, there isn’t any hearing, no show of any science, no announcement and comment rules, no discussion, no argument,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kennedy noted, liquor stores remain open as “essential businesses.”
“Now, I have no problem with… keeping liquor stores open, but liquor stores are not in the Constitution. he said.
Kennedy went on to explain that closing businesses around the country “without proper due process or just compensation” is “a violation of the Constitution.” NS Fifth Amendment says that no one will be “deprived of life, liberty or property, without due process of law; Private property is also not used for public purposes other than compensation. ”
“It’s the diktat government,” Kennedy said.
He argues that fear is the main tool that governments use to ensure compliance.
“We must love our freedom rather than fear a pathogen. We have to,” Kennedy said. “Even if this is a deadly disease as they say, there is something worse than death.”
“We are fortunate that there was an entire generation of Americans in 1776 who said, ‘Better to die than not to write these rights down.’ And they gave us that. They gave us the gift of that Bill of Rights,” he continued.
Kennedy concluded, “Our kids deserve the Bill of Rights as our parents gave us. And people need – whatever their fears are, they need to put those things aside and ask us to take those things back.”
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