Tuesday, November 08, 2016

Smithsonian Found to Be Racist? : Clarence Thomas Denied Award

It's  time to clean house at the Smithsonian. The infestation of progressive socialist liberal democrats has reached a crisis point where the ideology is rampant and has destroyed any sense of truth, honestly and or integrity in our country.

That a black man would have the audacity and gall to believe America is a nation for everyone to be free to be what ever they wish as guaranteed by our Constitution is unacceptable. And even worse, he is a Conservative Republican. But then having such views means he can't be a progressive democrat.

That the progressives have a history of hate for the black people is not hidden from view if only one takes the time to become aware of what they have done to black people over the decades. Their hate was systematic and coordinated by democrat party officials.

And given what has transpired at the Smithsonian to Judge Clarence Thomas proves democrat racism is alive and well.

But who cares, right? Pay no attention to those people behind the curtain pulling on the levers of power. We're progressive socialist democrats and we care about you, not like those terrible racist Republicans. 
Congress Demands Explanation for Clarence Thomas’ Exclusion From Black History Smithsonian
Kevin Daley / /
Seventeen members of Congress sent a letter to the secretary of the Smithsonian Thursday, inquiring why U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was excluded from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reported in October that Thomas is only referenced in the new Smithsonian in connection with an exhibit on Anita Hill, the government employee turned law professor who accused him of sexual harassment during his confirmation hearings. Hill is giving prominent billing in a gallery on blacks in the 1990s.
“The background and accomplishments of Justice Thomas are worthy of inclusion in the museum on their own merits,” the letter reads. “Justice Thomas’ contributions to the judicial system through his appointment to the highest court in the country cannot be discounted. It is a disservice to his legacy and to the history of this nation to mention his name in a single caption, but provide no other exhibit showcasing his story.”
“With this in mind, we insist that you provide an explanation about the conspicuous absence of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from the new museum, and of any future plans to feature him in a permanent exhibit,” the letter adds.
The lead signatory on the letter is GOP Rep. Earl “Buddy” Carter, who represents Savannah, Georgia, Thomas’ hometown. Sixteen other Republicans signed the letter.
For its part, the Smithsonian has denied it applied any ideological litmus test in preparing its exhibits.
“There are many compelling personal stories about African-Americans who have become successful in various fields, and obviously, Associate Justice Thomas is one of them,” a spokesman said. “However, we cannot tell every story in our inaugural exhibitions.”
“We will continue to collect and interpret the breadth of the African-American experience,” the spokesman added.

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