President Trump founded by executive order the 1776 Commission to fight the misinformation of the New York Times now debunked 1619 project.
The foundation of the 1619 project claims that America was actually founded in 1619 when slave first arrived in Virginia and that America only existed so people could own slaves.
The 1619 has been criticized for claiming the the Revolutionary War was fought to preserve slavery and made secret edits to their website hoping no one would notice.
At the core the project claims that America is still a racist country and “has not let go of the assumption that some people inherently deserve more power than others.”
After the New York Times made suspicious edits to the project President Trump launched the 1776 Commission.
“Teaching this horrible doctrine to our children is a form of child abuse, the truest sense,” Trump said. “For many years now, the radicals have mistaken Americans’ silence for weakness. They’re wrong. There is no more powerful force than a parent’s love for their children. And patriotic moms and dads are going to demand that their children are no longer fed hateful lies about this country.”
“American parents are not going to accept indoctrination in our schools, cancel culture at work or the repression of traditional faith, culture and values in the public square,” Trump said.
Within hours of taking office Joe Biden deleted the 1776 Commission website and changed the title of the Israeli Ambassador.
The official title of the Israeli Ambassador is now, “US Ambassador to Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza.” Biden has made the United States official position that three different regions inside a sovereign country are separate.
BREAKING: Biden Admin Changes U.S. Ambassador to Israel into “U.S. Ambassador to Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza” — Day 1 policy shift signals new admin does not consider any parts of these areas as Israeli territory https://t.co/m3O6j2nO68 pic.twitter.com/lcfLqCtZuX
— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) January 20, 2021
The Biden administration has changed the title back and told Israeli newspaper Haaretz it was an “inadvertent edit.”