Let's face it. The constitution has been violated to the point where its not really viable anymore.
"Freedom of speech." Yet you are not allowed to use a loudspeaker to blare music or political propaganda into a neighbor's home 24/7.
"Right to keep and bear arms" Yet there are many weapons that we are not allowed to have.
"Protection from unreasonable search and seizure." There is admitted widespread surveillance of most citizens.
"nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation" Confiscation of illegal goods.
"nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted" Guantanamo Bay.
These are just a few examples.
I think what matters is that we think about whether we want to live in a world where we follow the constitution exactly. If so, are we willing to live in a world where there is unlimited, unrestricted speech? Should human sacrifice be allowed under freedom of religion?
If we don't, we need to be honest about how we're comfortable with making exceptions to the rules and start a national discussion about what we really want in our society.
Absolutely one of the silliest ideas I've heard yet, which is unfortunately being taken seriously. Personally, if he hates what makes America America so much, then he should just leave. He's happy, we're happy. Problem solved.