Let a couple of Texans be answerable in front of God for their given rights in those who don’t comprehend or don’t respect the liberties as an American citizen. He neither understands nor respects the right of the freedom of speech making Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Rep in the case of Prince Harry. Dan Crenshaw answers with their brand of humor.
Harry commented on Dax Shepard’s podcast that while he and his wife Meghan Markle have established since parting the UK, the media “feeding frenzy,” precisely the paparazzi, has been more than he prefers.
This caused him to take stock of America’s first amendment right to free speech, something he considers “bonkers.”
Harry said, “I don’t want to start sort of going down the First Amendment route because that’s a huge subject and one in which I don’t understand because I’ve only been here a short period”. “But you can find a loophole in anything. And you can capitalize or exploit what’s not said rather than uphold what is said.”
He continued, “I’ve got so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I sort of understand it, but it is bonkers”.
It perhaps leakages no one that Harry and Meghan that media consideration down on themselves, but I deviate.
After observing Harry on the U.S.’s first and arguably most sacred right, Cruz and Crenshaw decided to use their 1A right to respond.
Cruz said, “Nice that he can say that.”.
Crenshaw said, “Well I just doubled the size of my Independence Day party.”.
The moral of the story is short and to the point.
Being unbiased, it is unlikely for anyone who has never met this right to wrap their head around it. When a government restriction on the speech, where you can and can’t fold, and what you can and can’t complain about in the open, a right to free speech might feel confusing but in reality, it is dangerous.
In this scenario, Freedom of speech can harm the government when the people who freely speech are renowned and powerful. The first handful of rights preserved in the constitution is all about making the average citizen dangerous to those in power. For a Harry who belongs to a super-powerful family, free speech would appear “bonkers.”
But he is habitual. He has just realized that he is not powerful here. There is no monologuing. Here it’s a dialogue with the average people and we get to say pretty much anything we want without worrying about jail time.
Abortion is murder, taxation is theft, Epstein didn’t kill himself, Meghan Markel is a grifter, AOC is an idiot.