The 14th Amendment is widely misinterpreted and the orignal intent needs to be legally clarified. It was originally put in place by Republicans in 1868 just after the Civil War. The intent was to turn all the former slaves into citizens. The problem was that Lincoln freed the slaves, but many of the Democrat controlled southern states did not make them citizens. They were free, but not citizens. Because it had been illegal to bring slaves into the country since the 1820s, the thinking was that almost all former slaves in the country had been born here and therefore became citizens under the 14th Amendment.
The 14th Amendment never did have anything to do with babies of immigrants being born here, but that is what happens when you cannot anticipate things like this happening.
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin