Oath Keepers

Constitution of the United States, page 1

Constitution of the United States, page 1 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Police take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of their state. We as Americans have the Bill of Rights (Bills of limitations on the government) to protect our God given rights. The First Amendment includes freedom of religion, speech, and the press. For example the police should never obey and enforce a politician’s verbal restrictions against making a video of him at a public meeting. This would violate our freedom of the press. Legislative bodies, state or federal, are the only branches of government that can make laws. Of the laws they can make they all have to follow the Constitution of the Unites States. The politician has no authority to tell a police officer to violate our first amendment rights. Police personnel should never follow an unconstitutional command. It’s against the law to follow any unconstitutional command. Police should keep their oath of office, they should never ever break it.

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