The Bill of Rights (Amendments I–X)

Congress sent twelve amendments to the states for ratification on September 25, 1789.[4] Ten of these were officially ratified on December 15, 1791: two years, two months, and 20 days after Congress proposed them.[4] Here is a summary of what those amendments say.

 

Information from: List of amendments to the United States Constitution - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Let us take a deeper look at the 1st two Amendments:

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Do you think any of the 1st two amendments have been under fire in recent years?

 I consider myself to be a Christian that worships God the Father of my lord and savior Jesus Christ, the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. I voted for then President Donald Trump because I am Pro-Life, I knew that Joe Biden was pro-abortion and would call for federal funded abortion which he has. I am a US born citizen and have the right to VOTE which I did, now I am being persecuted by those who insist that I am wrong and should be silenced because I supported President Donald Trump. “Come on man give me a break”, my faith compels me to be Pro-Life.

 You know people will persecute and try to silence those whom they cannot control. It is basically the same thing that white supremacy groups did to Martin Luther King!