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5 Amendments to Memorize in This Political Climate

Posted by Justin on

Remember your Rights

The modern political climate in America is tense, to say the least.

With all the hysteria, virtue signaling and confusion brought about by the last few years of chaos, some people have lost sight of where they really stand as an American with Constitutional rights. 

It can be tough to remember where our God-given rights extend to, especially when we're constantly being browbeaten for our choices by the media, our neighbors, and political figures faking their way through influential positions. But we're not ones to be easily fooled...

In case you need a reminder, here's a quick refresher on the most important rights we should NEVER lose sight of, and that the government is unable to infringe upon.

Commit these 5 Amendments to memory so you never have your rights trampled:

The First Amendment

Firstly, remember the First Amendment - which protects freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assemble, and the right to petition your government. Furthermore, this Amendment protects your freedom of religion.

The government cannot legally prevent you from saying anything so long as it does not cause immediate harm to other people (e.g. you can’t yell “fire” in a crowded movie theater).

The Second Amendment

Naturally, the Second Amendment should also be memorized to the letter. It states that every American has the right to form a well-regulated militia plus keep and bear arms.

That’s why many Republicans do not agree with liberal pushes to take away gun rights from law-abiding citizens.

The Fourth Amendment

The Fourth Amendment is similarly very important. It protects American citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures of property. This means that government employees like police officers cannot break into your house without cause, nor can they take your property just for saying they want to. They must have a search warrant from a legal judge, and the judge must have a reason to issue that warrant for the entire process to be legal.

You should still cooperate with police officers if you have to, but keep in mind that any violations of your rights can lead to your freedom shortly after your arrest.

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The Fifth Amendment 

The Fifth Amendment protects you from double jeopardy and from compromising your own innocence by accident. If you are ever arrested by a police officer, simply plead the Fifth and ask for your lawyer. Do not give them any information as it can often be used against you.

The Fifth Amendment is also crucial since it ensures every American citizen has the right to a fair and speedy trial and doesn’t allow you to lose your property or your life without being judged by a jury of your peers.

The Tenth Amendment

Last but not least, most Americans should remember the 10th Amendment. This broad Amendment simply states that any powers not given to the US Federal Government in the Constitution are automatically given to the states or the people, depending on the circumstance.

This limits the Federal Government's power overall and is a good reminder that it should not be the ultimate arbiter of justice in the land.

Ultimately, memorizing and sharing the truth of these Amendments could go a long way toward restoring the real American spirit we know and love.

Remember these Amendments if you're ever in trouble with the law, and don’t let political pundits try to convince you that these aren’t actually your rights.

You don’t have to prove anything when it comes to your freedoms – they are self-evident, as our Founding Fathers intended!

Thanks for reading - stay strong, patriots.

Justin | FamTeeWorld

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