The judicial activism consisted SOLELY of inventing the notion that incorporation was a cafeteria-menu selection of preference, rather than an across-the-board requirement of constitutional law as guided by original intent.
More to the point, the second throught the eight do not need incorporation at all, they are simply an acknowledgement of rights inherent to the people.
14th Amendment guys like you are like the Colonel in the movie the Bridge Over the River Kwai. You embrace the building of that bridge until you look at the power the 14th Amendment has given to courts to act as both a legislative and executive branch and then say, Oh Lordy what have I done. You just haven't looked at the bridge yet.