Our Constitution (As includes The Bill Of Rights) lists some rights which have only the most rare limits as can be inflicted only in the most rare circumstances.
For example, the right (ie Privilege in archaic terms) to Habeas Corpus may only be suspended, according to our Constitution: "The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, only in the case of "rebellion or invasion".
Please specially note that this, rare limit, to our Rights can be constitutionally applied only in such conditions AND that "public safety" alone does NOT allow for the suspension of such rights as:
1. Free speech;
2. The free exercise of religion; And,
3. The individual right of law abiding citizens (ie Age 18-years and above) to (Buy) "keep and bear arms" (ie Without "infringement").