One of the ways that minority factions try to subvert the will of the Article V majority as reflected by the Constitution is to try to depict the Constituton as obsolete and therefore not worthy of attention.
But also consider that the corrupt, pro-big federal government media tries to avoid mention of Article V, the Constitution's procedure for amending the Constitution, for the following reasons. Not only would voters find out from Article V that only the states, not the federal government, can ratify proposed amendments to the Constitution, but voters would also make the connection that, because the states uniquely control what the Constituiton says, the states have absolute control over the federal government, not vice-versa as many Constitution-ignorant "patriots" seem to think. After all, if such knowledge became widespread then it would throw a monkey wrench into the Progressive Movement agenda to unconstitutonally centralize government power in DC.
Go to the PBS website, scroll down a ways and you'll see the video Power Struggle: Tug of War. Watch it, a 4 minute preview of one episode, the one on 2nd amendment.
Beneath that there are numerous shorts and previews of many episodes