Specifically in this news document Donald Trump emphasizes that no one should have the right to protest at rallies which obviously is against the 1st amendment to the right of the people to get together and express themselves in a meaningful way. The right to peaceable assemble is right that specifies the 1st amendment into having a right to speak up without limiting anything that has said in a protest and in general to have advocate for justice. Donald Trump, has expressed himself towards limiting and taking away the right to assemble peacefully which is not fair because it was passed as part of the bill of rights is being violated and could have severe effects. The author Kenneth P. Vogel introduces the article by expressing his point of view whereas he’s against Trumps perspective in banning and trying to get rid of the right to assemble. Which its against the law and even if they are protesting outside or around his campaign he can’t tell them to leave because they have the right to advocate and speak up. He is saying that Trump can get away with things only because he is the president and that causes many effects into if in reality there will be a lawsuit against the president. Vogel is emphasizing his opinion towards obtaining an understanding of both point views. Such as Trumps anger faced by protesters that only want to speak up. He makes this case to inform the people so that they can be aware into knowing their rights. There is more weaknesses that don’t exactly favor Trump because he is violating the first amendment. But it can also be beneficial for the people to know more about their rights and to be more united.
Donald Trump is trying to limit the peoples rights towards speaking up and also to be able to protest in a peaceful way. He thinks he can overpower the constitution and part of the amendments by enforcing a lawsuit against all protesters that try anything against him. Since the day that Trump got elected as president of the united states he has overpowered the thoughts and opinions of the people. Eventually, in 20 states now are trying to pass a bill where they can ban the right to protest against trump. Which technically the protesters would not have the chance to express themselves nor go in big groups. It goes back in time within past protest such as the civil rights movement where colored people had limitation in their right to assemble where a huge group of colored people got together to gather as one and make it seem that they were a united community. Adam Gabbatt is the author of the article his pointview is neutral but he advocates for what Trump is trying to do and the response of the people which makes the situation even worser. When they try to limit something from someone obviously they will try to keep on doing it and being actual rebels. Overall the meaning of this article is to also be aware of Trumps future constant limitations that might not even make sense.
A community that goes against the city for them to not take down a white supremacist statue. Which its in favor towards a superior race as white people on top of other races. Which caused controversy and a protest against the city a view point from white people against the law. This is an example of the before group of the KKK which is still know now. Its similar towards the domination of white people and more now that Trump is president the upper class dominant is higher classified as being superior to others.
The right to peaceable assemble is right that specifies the 1st amendment into having a right to speak up without limiting anything that has said in a protest and in general to have advocate for justice. The point of view of the author Lisa A. Bancuk is broadly emphasized into advocating towards the rights of the people which really make up what is the right things to do in society. She gives example about discrimination and how it affected many people back then and still does. but general broader specific details into the different court cases that she has provided as evidence towards the right to assemble peacefully.
The meaning behind the poster is meant to advertise that "fear" shouldn't scare the people into expressing their thoughts and their feelings towards a certain thing or event. Which it seeks towards a weak community and over powered once they don't speak up for what is right.