January 19, 2021 --
Removal from the Bill of Rights of:
the right to petition Government for redress of grievances -- to be considered prima facie evidence of hateful disloyalty.
Also set for deletion:
Due process of law
So-called right to privacy, including freedom from home invasion by SWAT teams, and
freedom from intrusive surveillance.
Additionally, ID not required for voting -- but then ballots will be submitted for every citizen
Mandatory attendance at place of employment for two-minutes hate sessions to denounce Trump "and his kind" (students to attend in classes; homeless in assigned parks; retirees in apartment lobbies; residents in single or two - family dwellings, by zoom)
Clergy required to include denunciations of Trump and Trumpism in weekly sermons, as derived from passages in Bible or Koran.
Department of Commerce to require liquor stores to sell Government- provided Victory Gin as homage to Eric Blair.
All copies of Animal Fram by George Orwell to be removed from shelves of public libraries
Travel by motor car limited to members of the Democratic Party registered as of November 1, 2016 -- as part of the Comprehensive Plan to Fight Climate Pollution
Monopoly money to become legal tender and issued by Federal Reserve to local banks for distribution to all citizens with income below $100 thousand the annum.
All letters to editors to be reviewed by the Office of Communication Control (OCC) which will then approve and forward to desired publication or send to the Office of Beneficial Education (OBE) for disciplinary action [see first entry above abolishing right to seek redress of grievances.]