I understand the concept that the static port is measuring "static" pressure, meaning the pressure the air is exerting on its surroundings. However, there is also Bernoulli's principle, which, put simply, states that as the velocity of air increases, the pressure it exerts on its surroundings decreases. We see this in effect in venturis, of course, but it seems to me that Bernoulli's principle would also imply that the pressure observed from the static port would similarly decrease as the aircraft accelerates. Obviously this doesn't happen however, since the altimeter is unaffected by acceleration.
Thus my question: why does the faster-moving air over the static port not lower the pressure it exerts?
Here is a video explanation of Bernoulli's principle being used in pitot-static systems, which seems to suggest the static port would indeed observe a pressure decrease (I've labeled the part I think the narrator is using as the static port):