In reading through the Bill of Rights, Dan Bongino can’t seem to find the exception for a pandemic.
I’m still looking for that asterisk for a pathogen in the Bill of Rights and I just can’t seem to find it.
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) May 3, 2020
Dr. Nicole Saphier points out that when the Bill of Rights was written, many potentially fatal forms of disease were prevalent.
In a time when smallpox and untreated strep infections reigned supreme, you think they would have mentioned one of them in the document if they believed them relevant.
— Nicole Saphier, MD (@NBSaphierMD) May 3, 2020
— jmhfla (@jmhfla1) May 3, 2020
I read it this morning and it was not present.
Maybe it’s at home in quarantine. https://t.co/ByOZ0qvT6u
— David Pope (@dpope2580) May 3, 2020
I couldn't find it either https://t.co/E0WFD7jJlI
— Dennis Wheeler (@DPWheeler67) May 3, 2020
Government guidelines about social distancing, mask-wearing and other precautions are helpful in promoting a safe and responsible nation as we battle the effects of the coronavirus.
Nevertheless, freedom is still freedom. And the Bill of Rights is still the Bill of Rights.