As if Tipper Gore giving Dee Snider a hard time in Congress and slapping a warning label on music wasn’t lame enough, the 2020s just can’t be outdone by any other decade when it comes to wanton absurdity and self-glorified stupidity.
The United States National Archives has seriously seen fit to place a warning label over the various founding documents of the very thing that it is an archive for. Someone try to explain this to the aliens or our grandkids.
Why is America, the most remarkable beacon of freedom, hope, tolerance, optimism, light, and love in the history of humankind, such a self-hating civilization? Why is it anyway that its intelligentsia, the history writing, bookkeeping, chattering class of people hate their own country and its incredible history so much?
When people who so openly profess to hate this country throw their political support behind politicians who seem like they’re actively trying to sabotage American life, believe the whole bunch of leftist thugs and crooks, and don’t get talked into accepting their sugar-coated, cheap slogans. These people are anti-American thugs and the true seditionists, rotting America from within, on purpose, and spreading their rot with great zeal and vigor.
The National Archives website now displays a warning label with a “Harmful Language Alert” that directs the visitor to read the Archives’ statement on “Potentially Harmful Language.” The statement makes some pretty extraordinary assertions, like “some of the materials presented here may reflect outdated, biased, offensive, and possibly violent views and opinions.”
It also says, “some of the materials may relate to violent or graphic events and are preserved for their historical significance.” The label covers the U.S. Constitution, its governing document, considered by all U.S. court judges and lawyers to be the supreme law of the land. It also covers the Bill of Rights specifically, the first ten amendments to the Constitution, which promises that the government will not violate individual rights.
And the warning label also applies to the U.S. Declaration of Independence, which states it is self-evident that all men are created equal and that “our Creator endows us with certain inalienable rights, and that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
How could these utter bozos at the National Archives seriously think that it could be harmful language to assert that all are created equal and that we all have an inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Anyone who labels that language potentially harmful is an enemy of life, liberty, and happiness, or at the very least, they are very sus.
If Donald Trump were president, they would be fired and replaced with patriotic, non-hysterically woke Americans to keep the national records. It’s almost as if they’re trolling MAGA country to bring Trump back for a second term, so we don’t have to deal with these nuts running around on the government payroll, getting paid taxpayer dollars for vandalizing our founding documents anymore.