You left out a lot about Nightingale
She has no legal background, and no legal scholars at her disposal, so it is unlikely she can accomplish most of those commerce clause, 9th and 10th amendment issues. That could be because she doesn't have a clue about the mechanics of them. Last I checked, she had taken in less than 20K for the entire year for donations, and some of that was material.:
She'd have to pull off a miracle to even be a contender, and although she trumpets religion like a sword and a shield, I don't think she's in line for one of those. Should that dumbfounding event come to pass, Nightingale would actually have to switch from a campaign based upon rhetoric to one where she'd have to elaborate on the details of her sketchy plans and actually defend her credentials before real TV network anchors. I don't see that being a very flattering scenario anywhere. I'd predict that if even one Geraldo Rivera type interviewer got her on screen for an hour or less, the resulting carnage would most likely drive Chelene to the nearest crisis clinic where she'd sit in a corner eating a tub of ice cream while someone with a psych degree tried to rebuild enough of nightingales confidence to get her through a waitressing job.
We all want to restore some constitutional propriety to our state, but Chelene is a poser, not a statesman. Sending her as our best hope would assure our opponents we have zero credibility. Unfortunately, we are on our own this time. We have no champion. But we can start grooming some for the next time around. That doesn't mean we're out of options by any means. We still can practice resistance.