National Archive protects Trump


Nat'l Archives changes photos to make Trump look good

A close up on the altered sign in the photograph from Women's March in 2017 is seen on display at the National Archives Research Center on Friday, January 17, 2020 in Washington, DC.

The rampant disfavor with Donald Trump spewed out at the Women's March in 2017 in the above sign that actually said, "God Hates Trump."  The National Archives blurred the name, "Trump," in their words, "to avoid engaging in 'current political controversy.'" There were several more changes. National Archives said this was customary but...
"National Archive officials did not respond to the newspaper's [Washington Post] request for any examples of previous times when the museum edited photos or documents to avoid political controversy."
It would seem the Oval Office lunatic's tentacles reach every part of the U.S. Government.   READ MORE... 

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