We (unknowingly) volunteer to be Sheep-le
People's rights vs citizen's rights
Are you one of the People of the United States, as contemplated by the U.S. Constitution Preamble? Or, are you one of the citizens of the United States, as defined in the U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment?
Your answer affects the rights you have.
Senate Documents 103-6 and 108-17, Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation document the legal effect. An edition of the document and subsequent revisions is given free to all elected and past senators, congressmen, and vice presidents, delegates, and resident commissioners upon timely request to the Government Printing Office
If you are one of the People of the United States, then all ten amendments are available to you (yes there are more, but...). You have natural rights If you are a citizen of the United States, then you have civil rights [properly called civil privileges]. See Senate Document 112-9, pp. 1056, 1057, Footnote 37, for details summarized here.
This next article explains (in a round-about-way) how we have “volunteered” - (this is a lengthy and difficult read d/t legalese & the way the document formatting works - but well worth the effort)