National Archives Puts ‘Harmful Language Alert’ Label on our Founding Documents!

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from TPPF,

What To Know: The National Archives put a “Harmful Language Alert” above the U.S. Constitution’s digital display. “In the past, the National Archives has not had standards or policies to help archivists avoid harmful language,” it explains.

The TPPF Take: No, the Constitution is not “harmful language.”

“This clearly shows the Constitution is very much under attack now from the left,” says TPPF’s Kevin Roberts. “That’s because the left knows if this great nation is going to be turned around, the pivot point will be the U.S. Constitution.”

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