“Sorry, but it was about meeting ANY possible definition of citizenship, then they didn’t need to reject her 14th amendment citizenship argument. Again, THERE’S NO WAY AROUND THIS.”
Incorrect. She made it a point, and the court answered - with laughter, if you read between the lines. The court called her an idiot. Politely, but that is what they were saying - that the idea that the 14th made her a citizen was crazy.
They then went on to point out that no matter what the source of citizenship, it did not matter - she did not have a right to vote as an NBC, not as some mythical 14th Amendment citizen (a category that Minor rejected), and not as a naturalized citizen. It simply did not matter - citizenship does not give the right to vote.
What??? This doesn't help your argument. Why would it be crazy that the 14th amendment would make her a citizen?? I can tell you're trying to dig yourself out of the hole, but it's going the other way. There's no reason to do this unless they're making a point that there's a difference between natural-born and 14th amendment citizenship at birth. Dude, if they were calling her an idiot, they would be calling you worse. You keep arguing against yourself. Like I said, there's no way around this. It's time to quit making yourself look dumb and just admit you were wrong before.