No, it does NOT. Rights are INHERENT, endowed by the Creator. Government is not a power that has capability to confer rights on humanity.
Perhaps you need to re-read this document and the Declaration of our founding...for clarity.
Rights that are inalienable are not the government's to grant. If they were, they could just as easily be revoked by the same government.
If you can direct me to language in the Constitution or the Declaration that references the government granting rights, I will appreciate the education.
I acknowledge your belief that rights are inherent; and yes, I have read the Declaration carefully and I study the Constitution and our history of abusing it.
Your point that government is not a power that has a capability to confer rights on humanity is partially valid. But there is more to the argument.
George Washington: “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.”
I believe I made it clear by putting my remark in the context of law. You put yours in a theological context. Please reconsider your argument with those differences in mind. We are talking of two different authorities. Despite your adherence to one, I believe it is prudent to admit that both exist and that both have the power to enforce their will in ways that they see fit.