The National Archives Says The U.S. Constitution Has "Harmful Language"

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As you celebrate Independence Day this year with family and friends, the left is up to their old tricks.

The National Archives now has a warning label on the US Constitution.

No, this is not a The Onion post, unfortunately, this real...

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The webpage of the U.S. National Archives that hosts the nation’s founding Constitution has a “harmful language alert” for readers at the top of the page.

The warning now occurs on many pages on the website and links to a page entitled “NARA’s Statement on Potentially Harmful Content.”

The Archives’ defines harmful language in numerous variations. However, it appears to have a liberal, more left-leaning bias in determining what it deems as harmful or offensive.

It considers any language reflecting racist, sexist, ableist, misogynistic/misogynoir, and xenophobic opinions and attitudes as harmful. Albeit, the definition behind some of the terms is subjective to the reader, and many have no specific definition in societal norms.

Note: The U.S. Constitution also doesn't have any protections for people offended by someone not calling them by the proper pronouns!