National Archives Glues ‘Harmful Content’ Warning to U.S. Constitution

TheBlaze | Jon mcnaughton, Lds art, Patriotic art

We’re supposed to have a representative government; but the government we have today doesn’t represent us anymore. In fact, it doesn’t even like us very much.

Example: the National Archives has flagged the United States Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the rest of our founding documents for “harmful language” (https://thefederalist.com/2021/09/08/national-archives-issues-harmful-content-warning-on-constitution-all-other-founding-documents/).

According to this particular attachment of the government that doesn’t represent us, our country’s founding documents are “outdated, biased, offensive, and [include] possibly violent views and opinions.” (Yeah–especially if your name is King George III.)

The language of our country’s founding, say the loup-garous at the Archives, is chock-full of “racist, sexist, ableist, misogynistic/misogynoir [What the hell is that?], and xenophobic opinions and attitudes” which of course must not be allowed, even among the dead.

Well, the doops at the Archives say they’re “committed to diversity and equity” [undefined term: probably something bad], and that’s why they have to warn Americans off getting too attached to America.

When this abomination came to light, and the taxpayers who fund the Archives complained, the weasel-out excuse was, “This alert is not connected to any specific records, but appears at the top of the page while you are using the online Catalogue.”

You might interpret that to mean, “Everything about America sucks!”

Our entire government–especially those vast regions of it not filled by election, but appointment–is infested with Far Left termites who are trying to overthrow the house. It needs a thorough clearing-out. Not even our history is safe from them.

8 comments on “National Archives Glues ‘Harmful Content’ Warning to U.S. Constitution

  1. They all ought to be fired — but who’s going to fire them? Their bosses are just as bad — assuming you can figure out who their bosses are in the rat’s nest of bureaucratic organization chains.

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