National Archives Rotunda Denounced as Racist

The National Archives’ task force on racism claims that the Archives’ own Rotunda in Washington, D.C. is racist and suggests there be ‘trigger warnings’ displayed (I thought we couldn’t say that in 2021). And you thought the destruction caused by the Black Lives Matter mobs with the blessing of Liberals was bad enough (Remember this famous statement?). The liberal establishment intends to eradicate the heritage of the United States. You just can’t make this up.

Via Fox 5 DC

The National Archives’ task force on racism claimed in a little-noticed report to the U.S.’s top librarian that the Archives’ own Rotunda – which houses the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights – is an example of “structural racism” and that the Founding Fathers and other White, historically impactful Americans are portrayed too positively.

The report was completed in April and released this month but has so far flown under the media radar. The task force claims that structural racism “unequivocally impacts” how National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) employees interact with each other, customers and the historical records themselves.

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