Absolutely not! Warrantless searches are a violation of the Constitution. On the one hand, arguments for appointing Justices John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch were that activist judges stray too far from the Constitution whereas Roberts and Gorsuch are strict strictly and narrowly adherent to the Constitution which protects the Constitution. To support activities such as warrantless searches in direct violation of the Constitution suggests to me that the Constitution is now another tool for political advantage to be solemnly invoked when it's for political gain and nonchalantly ignored when it's not. Whether people are citizens or not, the Constitution honors innate human dignity and rights. What does it mean about us as a society when we claim those for ourselves, but not for others who were born elsewhere? Are we so special?