The Destruction of the First Amendment

The Constitution. The highest law in America.
First Amendment: Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion and Petition

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the 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.

“I declare this to be an unlawful assembly. I order all those assembled to disperse.”

Can someone please tell me what law is overriding the Constitution that is not allowing these people to peacefully assemble?

This really disgusts me. I wish they would have just stood their ground and got arrested and taken it to court on Constitutional law grounds.


5 Responses to “The Destruction of the First Amendment”

  1. 1 Alan Scott
    27 September 2009 at 11:18

    I wish there was more posted information on this video. I got it that it is in Pittsburgh, Pa, but who are the protesters? Are they the anarchists protesting the G20 or another group? At any rate since we are talking about freedom of speech, I really wanted to bring up another matter.

    Since the success of the tea party protests and other commentaries against the Democratic Party big government policies, the left has been desperate for some incident of violence which they can link to Conservative speakers and activists. Looking for the next Tim McVeigh. They are looking hard at the murder of William Sparkman, a part time Census worker in Kentucky.

    I was curious as to why certain people at MSNBC picked up this story so quickly and were covering it so closely. On the daily cos one person has already blamed right wing anti government hate speech for inciting the murder. Not enough details have come out yet to blame it on anyone, but speculation is all over the place. There is a report of the word ” FED ” written on the body.

  2. 27 September 2009 at 17:43

    @Alan Scott: The group is called “WeAreChange” and they were protesting the G20. Not sure about the anarchist bit though.

    As for why they follow it so closely. Well, two things come to mind.

    First the left does better when their ideas come with a “blaming rebuttal clause.” In the last general election it was “you don’t want another Bush.”

    Secondly the left wants to regulate more. In the case of the worker, I think that it is a pry at trying to get the people who oppose things going on now to look like violent fringes. Even look here on my Blog – I’ve been told that I am an angry blind follower of Glenn Beck and Michelle Malkin.

    With the worker the left can effectively say that it is the right who are turning violent (because the left is not against the “FED” so they wouldn’t do that) and that we are becomming more and more violent against government officials. Therefore, we should pass more laws to protect these people (politicians).

    Just my thoughts.

  3. 3 Alan Scott
    28 September 2009 at 09:35

    Michelle Malkin has a piece on her blog about the census worker murder. I don’t have the address at hand.
    Conservatives had unaccustomed effectiveness over the summer against the left. Getting desperate, the left has two areas of response. The first libeling everyone against them as racist. Jimmy Carter being the most obvious example. However, this is becoming so tiresome that even Obama’s people are realizing it is back firing. They are quietly distancing themselves from it for now.

    The second is to continue to frighten the neutral public in to believing that tea partyers and right wing commentators are calling for the violent over throw of the government. They remember that Tim McVeigh was great politically for President Clinton. They are hoping for the Sparkman murder to break their way. If it does not they will drop it, if it does it will be exploited. Here is an example of their thinking.


    “Moments ago the AP reported that a US Census worker, Bill Sparkman, was found dead.

    ” The FBI is investigating the hanging death of a U.S. Census worker near a Kentucky cemetery. A law enforcement official says the word “fed” was scrawled on his chest.

    “The investigation is ongoing, but on its surface, it looks to me like this might be the first casualty to result from the increasingly frightening Teabaggers, who’ve been emboldened in their craziness at every step by elected officials, Hate-wing Radio, and Fox.

    “I’m calling Bachmann out specifically because of all her conspiracy theories specifically tied to the Census.”
    Now if they could only get someone to burn down the Reichstag building, our beloved Chancellor could issue an emergency decree suspending hate speech on talk radio. Wait, that could never happen.

  4. 4 Alan Scott
    28 September 2009 at 15:58

    Someone has posted a ” should Obama be assassinated ” pole on facebook. Of course with no evidence, the right is being blamed by the usual suspects. Also I see that Mr. Ed ( Ed Schultz ) has jumped on the “blame the right” bandwagon, accusing conservatives of inciting the murder of William Sparkman.

    We’re more dangerous than a nuclear Iran to the good folks on the left.

  5. 24 October 2009 at 21:01

    Interesting article as for me. It would be great to read a bit more about that topic.

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