here is the proof & link again with the SCOTUS Cases where the SCOTUS incorporated the Bill of Rights which you keep over looking and the link that has been posted several times and the reason you keep overlooking the link is because it does not fit your agenda just like the ruling in McDonald v. Chicago in 2010 does not fit Dianne Feinstein's agenda either.<quoted text>
If you think you've got a case for your claims that hold any merit and would stand up in court, why don't you file?
Hell, why do you think that the person who posted that little blurb haven't filed themselves?
Think about it.
Many of the provisions of the First Amendment were applied to the States in the 1930s and 1940s, but most of the procedural protections provided to criminal defendants were not enforced against the States until the Warren Court of the 1960s, famous for its concern for the rights of those accused of crimes, brought state standards in line with federal requirements. The following list enumerates, by amendment and individual clause, the Supreme Court cases that have incorporated the rights contained in the Bill of Rights.(The Ninth Amendment is not listed; its wording indicates that it "is not a source of rights as such; it is simply a rule about how to read the Constitution." The Tenth Amendment is also not listed; by its wording, it is a reservation of powers to the states and to the people.)