Rewriting the Constitution: The Radical Assault on Liberty | American Center for Law and Justice

The Constitution is often referred to as the supreme law of the land in America. Indeed, the Constitution of the United States provides the framework by which all other legislation is tested. This is why it is the ACLJ’s mission to defend the Constitution against all threats.

We believe that understanding our rights as Americans is the first step to defending the very things that make us free. When California Governor Gavin Newsom enacted a ban on singing and chanting in worship services during the pandemic, we were reminded that our rights can quite easily be violated, if not taken away completely. Additionally, the Left’s plot to pack the Supreme Court shows their willingness to twist the Constitution to serve their best interests – not the interests of the American people. 

These are only examples of the agenda of the radical Left, which believes that the Constitution is a living, breathing document that can be edited to their liking. But despite their efforts, there is a process of creating and passing Amendments to the Constitution. The ACLJ is here to defend that process and the sanctity of our Constitution.

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