Seriously? Democrats Now Tying Hair To Racism With ‘Crown Act,’ Want To Make Hair ‘Non-Discriminatory’

If it’s not new genders Democrats are trying to create, then it’s creating a false narrative around the hairstyles they wear

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You might’ve thought there was conflict in Ukraine and a threat of nuclear war, an unrelenting invasion across our southern border, and skyrocketing prices poised to further decimate the middle class. But apparently all that is just background noise as Congress is finding time to tackle what really matters: regulating hair standards nationwide.

At issue is the CROWN Act (H.R. 2116), with the acronym meaning “Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair.” Introduced by Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.) and passed Friday by the House of Representatives, with all 221 Democrats and 14 Republicans voting yea, the bill seeks to prevent hairstyle “discrimination.”

“No individual in the United States shall…be subjected to discrimination under…any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance,” the act reads, “based on the individual’s hair texture or hairstyle, if that hair texture or that hairstyle is commonly associated with a particular race or national origin.”

(Of course, should this become law, courts will be deciding whether a hairstyle is thus associated.)

Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t just some generic concern about “racial hair discrimination” that inspired this legislation. Rather, H.R. 2116 itself states that “routinely, people of African descent are deprived of educational and employment opportunities because they are adorned with natural or protective hairstyles in which hair is tightly coiled or tightly curled, or worn in locs, cornrows, twists, braids, Bantu knots, or Afros.”

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