Aside from the practicalities of amending the U.S. Constitution (which requires approval by a two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress -- and would never happen), it is impossible to repeal most rights enshrined in the Bill of Rights. Why? Because the rights enumerated in the Bill of Rights are not rights granted by government, which can be repealed, but simply an express recognition of the preexisting God-given natural rights of man, which are not subject to repeal. Judge Andrew P. Napolitano recently discussed this issue with regard to the right to free speech enshrined in the First Amendment:Nulled said:I am predicting that by 2030, the 2nd amendment will be completely repealed and guns will be illegal to purchase without special rights.
https://www.creators.com/read/judge-napolitano/09/19/who-cares-what-the-government-thinksThe framers wrote the First Amendment to codify negative rights. That is, the First Amendment recognizes the existence of the freedom of speech for every person, and it negates the ability and the power of Congress — after the Civil War amendments, of all governments — to infringe upon it. The First Amendment does not command Congress to grant the freedom of speech (it is not Congress' to grant); rather, it commands that Congress shall not interfere with it.
Nearly all of the rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights are negative rights. Their essence is not a grant of liberty. Their essence is a restraint on the government from interfering with pre-existing liberty.
BTW: The U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights, and the express recognition of preexisting natural rights, is why the U.S. differs from almost all other nations on the planet. Yet, I would say that 99.9% of the citizens of the U.S. do not know what I just explained. It is an incredible hurdle, and a huge land mine, for the socialist scum to overcome. In fact, in terms of a repeal of the Second Amendment, it is literally impossible (at least by any legal means).
Having said all that, an out-of-control government can certainly erode fundamental rights, which is why it is so important that President Trump has a second term, so that he can continue to appoint constitutionalists (i.e., real judges) to the U.S. Supreme Court. That will be President Trump's one true lasting legacy to the nation.