“Harmful Language Alert” Placed On U.S. Constitution

(PatriotWise.com)- You know about “trigger warnings,” right? They’re the warnings that left-wing people give to each other if they know that the content they are sharing may “trigger” people. That means that video, audio, or text may use offensive language or talk about sensitive topics.

It’s a common practice now, sadly, and something that is widely mocked – but the recent news that a trigger warning has been placed on the website of the United States National Archives has caused major outrage.

A so-called “harmful language alert” was placed on the page that hosts a digital copy of the United States Constitution, warning readers that it contains language that is potentially harmful.

The alert currently appears on a number of pages on the archives.org website, where they did not previously. It’s clearly a decision made by the Biden White House.

The site explains that the warning was applied to the site as part of the NARA Statement on Potentially Harmful Content, which they said applies to content that is “racist, sexist, ableist, misogynistic/misogynoir, and xenophobic.”

Any content that is discriminatory towards people based on “sexuality, gender, religion, and more” is also given the warning, along with any “graphic content of historical events” that include medical procedures, wars, death, natural disasters, and so on.

Oh, and to top it off, if any historical documents “demonstrate bias and exclusion” in the process of digitization, then those documents get trigger warnings too.

You really can’t make this up.

The fact that the warning literally appears on the United States Constitution but does not appear on a page about Jim Crow, however, sums up the stupidity of the people doing this.

Isn’t it obvious they purposely added this to the U.S. Constitution knowing it would anger conservatives?

Take a look for yourself here.