You may have misunderstood. I have no issue with abridging rights under specific circumstances, but I draw the line at abridging rights while leaving citizens no access to the courts.

One of the foundational principles of our government is a citizen’s right to have their grievances heard, and the constitution requires that the abridgment of rights requires citizens have access to due process. Disallowing a citizen to appeal to the courts violates that principle.

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