The Constitution stands as a bulwark against the widest affronts to individual rights. Whenever government powers are expanded, individual rights are diminished, and it is the Constitution, protecting us from our own best intentions, that is supposed to stand in the way of such expansions of government power. This is aggravating to some-people who get frustrated with the Constitution's "arcane" views on free speech or property rights-or the rights to self-defense and to keep and bear arms, and they work hard at ways to try and sidestep the Constitution's protections.
Millions of Americans who lost manufacturing jobs during the 2000s have long "known" China was to blame, not robots. And many helped elect Donald Trump as president because of his insistence that China was at fault.