"sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution of the US for ALL citizens"
Somewhere around '68 or '69, some clever pollsters in Boston, IIRC from Harvard, went around those same citizens at random, on the street, and read them some paragraphs and then asked them what was being read. Answer #1 was "The Communist Manifesto?"
Sadly, it was that mythological Constitution.
Do you think the folks who blithely follow the order to "repeat after me" and protect it, have any better idea of what that document says?
Or, as I recall
, "You're not from around here, are you?" has always
been probable cause for most folks. (sigh.)