Infantile and frivolous.<quoted text>under the jurisdiction is not the same as being "subject to the jurisdiction of the Constitution", this is a right that only a citizen enjoys.
Subject to the jurisdiction of the United States means exactly the same as under the jurisdiction of the United States. By changing the statement to "subject to the jurisdiction of the Constitution" Play Justice Dale cannot negate the meaning of subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. It is what it is.
Ordinary aliens in this country are subject to the jurisdiction of the United States of America, and as such are governed by the sovereign rule of this nation, we the people. They are also under the protection of the United States, including protections stated in the Constitution, and reciprocally owe local allegiance to the United States while here.
Play Law simply doesn't count outside the play pen.
Repeating Play Law over and over doesn't turn fantasy into reality.
Everyone knows all laws of the US must be in accord with the Constitution, and that the United States, as a SOVEREIGN NATION, is entitled to govern the conduct of aliens within its jurisdiction. US law since the First Congress required aliens to be subject to the jurisdiction (under the jurisdiction) of the United States prior to being naturalized in the United States.
Naturalization Act of 1790:
"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That any Alien being a free white person, who shall have resided within the limits and under the JURISDICTION of the United States for the term of two years, may be admitted to become a citizen thereof on application to any common law Court of record in any one of the States wherein he shall have resided for the term of one year at least ...."