All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. How do you read this portion of the 14th Amendment? I won't even get into the argument that it's an illegitimate amendment due to Southern states being deprived of representation, but let's assume it's a valid Amendment to the Constitution. It doesn't say "all persons born in the USA are citizens", it says "born and subject to the jurisdiction thereof". IMO, that would deny citizenship to people of foreign nations who happen to be born here, such as children of dimplomats, And of course anchor babies. This is the depth of the level of depravity that globalist anti-white open border Christ haters have sunk to. They will stop at nothing, and will take something as sacred as your citizenship in the USA and devalue it by handing it out by the millions to those who seek it only to exploit it for financial gain and to steal from citizens. This could be the key for a truly pro-white President, if we ever get one, to someday revoke as illegitimate the citizenship of every anchor baby and descendant thereof. And ship em back. It's all "interpretation" of the Constitution / contract that binds us. And liberals have completely abused their contract with the government and American people by playing interpretation games with our laws and Constitution.