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First Amendment: 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.

– Per We The People. Read more here.

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‘Congress shall make no law’ implies that these rights are only protected from the government’s powers of oppression. Households and businesses maintain the right to refuse products and/or services — whether it is a restaurant that requires shoes and a shirt, a golf club requiring a collared shirt, or a social media platform requiring you to follow their community rules. If there is an intruder in your house they do not reserve the right to claim their presence in your home is protected by their freedom of speech — it is up to you as to whether or not they are welcome on your property, regardless of their free speech rights. Social media platforms are digital properties and they can choose who is allowed on their property and who isn’t. 

When analyzing world events as to their possible infringement on our First Amendment right, we must always ask: Is this an example of government or mob rule enforcement — or is this a business or person who has rights to their property?

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Scott, B. – Phi (RB)

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ADP: 11.05 — 15.12
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Born: April 27, 1995, Baton Rouge, LA

Jackson, L. – Bal (QB)

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ADP: 2.12 — 6.05
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Fauci says he has not talked to Biden: He doesn’t want to ‘put me in a compromised position’

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Smith-Schuster, J. – Pit (WR)

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Brown, A. – TB (WR)

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