Are our constitutional rights absolute?

I am raising this question because some mayors seem to believe so in what pertains to the right to assemble and protest against police brutality.

As a general rule, no rights are absolute. All rights are limited by some correlative rights that are to be taken into consideration. In other words, the rights that Paul has are limited by the rights that Peter has. Paul is not authorized to infringe on Peter’s rights.

Let’s now consider the right to organize a march in order to protest against police brutality.