I agree, selecting certain parts of the bill of rights to defend is a good start, but cherry-picking from the bill of rights is a partisan game. Just like the republicans cherry-picking the second amendment. Also, a more complete view of the bill of rights and Constitution would start positive debates, such as repealing, rewording, and instituting new amendments to increase the protections.
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