The First Amendment of the United States grants Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, the Right to Assemble, and the Right to Petition the government. Exceptions of these rules are Freedom of Speech/ Right to Assemble. Freedom of Speech is allowed but can only go so far- you cant just say that you're going to shoot the president on a given day. That's just a threat. The Right to Assemble only goes so far, like a large group of people assembling for an important reason and turning it into a riot with casualties.