Admitted states are, truly, little more than administrative districts. States' rights fanatics hate this fact. In other words, the United States of America is
a state. It's not a body or an association or a federation or a conglomerate. It's a state, a nation, a single
indissoluble entity that is made up of many parts (like almost every other nation on the planet).
So when people start talking about seceding this or seceding that, it's less like a fully functioning nation wanting its "freedom back", and more like your bratty kid wanting to "secede" his room from your house. And it deserves the same response.
Do people, outside of that fail circus that is the far-right, ever take this stuff seriously?