The supreme court abolished the Consitution long ago. The problem with the Constitution is that people are far too willing to accept illegal and unconstitutional laws/rulings if the result is an end they approve of rather than demanding the Constitution be obeyed and holding out for their goal to come about via an amendment or never. Amendments are hard, that was by design.
Our Constitutional government is long gone. The supreme has made many rulings that blatantly contradict what the document says. Congress passes laws every day that do the same. Not one person advocating gun control is actually trying to amend the second amendment to do so legally. Nor are those who want to deny the right to privacy (mostly for abortion) trying to amend the portion indicating that not all rights are enumerated in the Constitution. Those who want to support waterboarding aren't trying to amend the prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment. Those who support publicly available criminal records and sex offender lists aren't doing so either.
We have such a twisted interpretation of the Constitution that nobody even questions the legitimacy of Congress enacting a war without a Congressional Declaration of War. When the Constitution explicitly spells out the process and requirements for a congressional vote to go to war it is blatantly unconstitutional for the congress or our government to go to war without following that process and meeting those requirements. The intent is so clear that the foremost legal expert in the country could stand in front of a group of random citizens and say otherwise and every one of them would know he was full of shit. The Constitution is written in plain if slightly dated English, not the legalize of today. Anyone can read and understand it.
Tell me that any judge would accept the same sort of dodgy justifications, workarounds, and artificial constructs that supreme court justices have accepted to get around the constitution from a poor private citizen with a trust document and a tax debt and I might reconsider. For some reason congress, the president, and our judges don't get charged with treason when they violate the Constitution. If our US Attorney isn't hard at work on this what is he/she doing? Oh right, prosecuting hundreds of thousands of cases wherein people have violated laws which are outside the Constitutional authority of the federal government in the first place.
The people had two checks against their representatives and the founders gave government no authority to override them. The people reserved force of arms and the final say in whether any man/woman/child could be imprisoned regardless of law or circumstance. Both of them are long since dust.