Says the birfoon wiping egg off his face.<quoted text>
The civil rights act of 1866 is all I need. Next contestant!
The Civil Rights Act of 1866 does not help the birfoon cause, unless you believe passages from birfoon blogs are citations to authority. According to the CR Act of 1866, UR full of it.
Is that what your plagiarized birfoon blog passage says?
Got Alzheimer's? According to you there was never "ANY MENTION of the right to citizenship by birth under the United States Constitution."
Julia Lynch was RULED to be a citizen of the United States per national law:
"The right of citizenship, as distinguished from
alienage, is a national right or condition. It pertains
to the confederated sovereignty, the United States;
and not to the individual states." Lynch v. Clarke,
3 N.Y.Leg.Obs. 236 (N.Y. Ch. 1844).
"That all children, born within the dominion of
the United States, of foreign parents holding no
diplomatic office, became citizens at the time of
their birth, does not appear to have been contested
or doubted until more than 50 years after the adoption
of the constitution, when the matter was elaborately
argued in the court of chancery of New
York, and decided upon full consideration by
Vice Chancellor Sandford in favor of their citizenship.
Lynch v. Clarke (1844) 1 Sandf. Ch. 583." US v Wong Kim Ark,
169 U.S. 649, 664, 18 S.Ct. 456, 462-63 (1898).