One University of Texas professor is pushing the envelope when it comes to advocating for the destruction of traditional American institutions.
Richard Albert, a professor of law and government at the University of Texas at Austin, criticized the Constitution in an op-ed for The Hill on June 30, declaring that “its gendered and racist words stand in the way of true reconciliation in this divided country and have no place in any modern society.”
Maria Copeland of Campus Reform pointed out that Albert referenced the 13th Amendment as an example of racism featured in the Constitution.
Albert argued that although the 13th Amendment abolished slavery, it still contains the Fugitive Slave Clause, whose presence in the Constitution serves as “a painful reminder of America’s original sin.”
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