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Yesterday we told you about Congressman Eric Swalwell, who is also running for President as a Democrat, quoting an anonymous Iowa sheriff on assault rifles. Later in the day on Tuesday Swalwell tweeted out the need to insert the word ‘woman’ into the United States Constitution.

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“Do you know how many times the word ‘woman’ is mentioned in the Constitution? Zero. That is unacceptable.”

Perhaps Congressman Swalwell can call for a congressional investigation into how women in America have survive since 1776 without the word ‘woman’ being in the Constitution.

Clearly there were different societal norms when the Constitution was written compared to today. Heck, today there’s people who don’t buy into the idea that there are two genders. Or that you are whatever gender you are born with.

Author: Jacob Hall

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