The first 13 States existed before the U.S. Constitution was written. Article 4, section 3 allows new states to be admitted into the union. All new states were formed by societies that lived within federal territories.
People in the federal territories were under federal jurisdiction. They did something about it. They wrote their state constitutions in order to free themselves from federal jurisdiction.
When the people in Kentucky Territory wanted to become the 15th State, many people were suspicious of just how free they would be from the federal government. Vice-President Thomas Jefferson reassured them that State Citizens would be subject to ONLY three federal laws. The three mentioned in the U.S. Constitution: piracy, treason and counterfeiting.1
IF YOU ARE SUBJECT TO MORE THAN THREE FEDERAL LAWS, IT IS BECAUSE YOU HAVE WAIVED YOUR RIGHTS. You denied the purpose of your State to exist. You reject the authority for We-The-People to write a State Constitution. You deny that we are all created equal. You deny that governments are instituted among men to secure Creator-endowed (God-given) rights.
You wanted a master to rule over you. You did not want to be master over your civil-servants. The Supreme Court said in U.S. v Cruikshank case, 92 U.S. 542 at 551:
“It is the natural consequence of a citizenship which owes allegiance to two sovereignties, and claims protection from both. The citizen cannot complain, because he has voluntarily submitted himself to such a form of government.”
What did you sign that ensnared yourself to legalities that you didn’t understand?2
 Vice President Thomas Jefferson wrote both Kentucky Resolutions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kentucky_and_Virginia_Resolutions Full text of both Kentucky Resolutions: http://www.uky.edu/~dolph/HIS316/sources/resolutions.html
 Hint No.1: Your birth did not voluntarily submit yourself to such a form of government. Hint No.2: Your birth within the federal government DID voluntarily submit yourself to such a form of government.
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