Defending Your Constitutional Rights

As an immigrant and as a candidate running to be a US Representative, I have a commitment and service to the US Constitution. We are free people, but freedom can be seen as inconvenient. Freedom can go against the status quo. Everyone wants to do as they please, but are often offended when others do as they want. We have freedom of speech, which allows us to disagree with someone else speech. We have the right to assemble, print, observe our religion, and even protest the government. We love our freedom and I will stand up to protect it when others denounce our freedom as not politically correct.

Our Founders knew that freedom can offend. This is why the First Amendment to the Constitution says that Congress cannot “…make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” If these rights were not protected by the Constitution, then no freedom would be protected. And if just one of these freedoms is suppressed, then all are suppressed. As citizens, you and I, must stand up and protect our Constitution when our elected officials want to negate our freedoms. Our commitment to the Constitution puts a brake on their political power and transfers that power to you! Join me and vote for me to protect your Constitutional freedoms. I will challenge the status quo of political correctness in Washington, even amid outrage by powerful politically backed groups who want political correctness, to protect your Constitutional interest and freedom in VA11.