National Archives Slaps ‘Harmful Language’ Alert on U.S. Constitution

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The National Archives apparently considers “freedom” to be a four-letter word.

The government agency slapped a “harmful language” alert on the U.S. Constitution. What in the name of “We the People” were they thinking?

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It’s not exactly which words violated the emotionally stunted people who run the National Archives. Apparently one of the perpetually offended Millennial staffers breaks out in hives at the mention of words like “freedom” and “liberty.”

The harmful language alert, which appears on the government agency’s website, directs readers to another page that references “potentially harmful content.”

Here’s a photo take of the National Archives website: