Nope. Not so. It is a document that existed before the United States was created. It has no legal standing now.
The document created the United States of America. It still has legal status, because the United States still legally exists.
There is not a court in the land that refers to it
Because nobody is challenging in court the USA’s legal right to exist. And (to the best of my knowledge) nobody arguing Ninth Amendment-relevant court cases is clever enough to recognize that the Declaration cites specific rights retained by the people.]]>