Every democracy gets tested. Freedom and democracy are very hard-one rights. Just look at why America was founded.

The Constitution officially took effect on Sept. 17, 1787, during the Philadelphia Convention and has been amended 27 times since its adoption. The first 10 amendments of the Constitution are known as the Bill of Rights.

The U.S. Constitution consists of a preamble, seven original articles and 27 amendments. The first three articles of the Constitution define the role of the president as the head of the government, the Supreme Court as the administrator of the judicial branch and the role of the bicameral Congress within the legislative branch of the government.

The Constitution and its amendments define civil liberties, such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom to assemble and the freedom to petition, which are rights that citizens continue to enjoy. The Constitution also provides citizens the right to possess firearms, the right to a public trial for criminal offenses, the right to question unusual punishment and the right to question property seizures and arrests without a warrant.

And yet, here we are, over 240 years later, and all of the founding concepts of our beloved country are at risk because we have a ‘president’ who acts just like a dictator.

This is a big moment for America and the press has a big role, one much bigger than pleasing their rich corporate bosses. That goal is to MAKE AMERICA FREE AGAIN. That’s because Donald Trump never wanted the job of president, he wants the job of dictator.