Nope. The Bill of Rights does NOT grant or give you freedom in the United States of America. The Bill of Rights does NOT grant or give you any right. The purpose of the Bill of Rights is to SPECIFICALLY LIMIT what rights the government is NOT ALLOWED to come near.
The listing of rights in the Constitution, shall not be used to deny or disparage other rights already existing. In other words, just because there are other rights not listed in the Constitution, does not mean there are NOT other rights.
The United States has no powers if such powers have NOT been delegated to the United States. The United States has no powers if such powers have been reserved to the States. The individual States have no powers if such powers are prohibited to the States. Powers NOT delegated to the United States, and powers prohibited to the states are reserved to the people and REMAIN with the people.
What document or law grants or gives you freedom in the United States of America?
a) The Declaration of Independence.
b) The U.S. Constitution.
c) The Bill of Rights.
d) a, b, and c.
e) Other documents.
f) No document or law gives freedom in the U.S. of A.