(UnitedVoice.com) – The Pulitzer Prize Committee has started down the path to irrelevance by becoming a political platform in an effort to add a veneer of respectability to Progressive Liberals and their Leftist philosophy. They are following in the footsteps of the Nobel panel when they awarded the 2009 Peace Prize to the newly inaugurated President Barack Hussein Obama for nothing more than a hypothetical future that never came to fruition. The Pulitzer Committee has taken the next step into making themselves an outright mockery — by awarding a prize to the essayist of the New York Times’ “1619 Project.”
This blatant attempt at rewriting American history is about to be woven into the once-education, now-indoctrination school system from kindergarten through postsecondary — even though it’s rife with false narratives and misinformation. The writer, Nikole Hannah-Jones, made the following outrageous statements that have been attacked by former Pulitzer winners and historians alike:
This one's been in the works for months. My longform piece on the #1619Project, the (often questionable) scholarship behind its claims about slavery and the American Revolution, and the polemics around ithttps://t.co/QOOKMgbZBo
— Cathy Young (@CathyYoung63) February 9, 2020
The American Revolutionary war was fought primarily to preserve slavery.
Plantation slavery was the founding principle of capitalism.
President Abraham Lincoln, the man who freed the slaves, was a racist.
Really says a lot when two leading historians on the American Revolution and Civil War both think the NYT 1619 project is full of errors and incorrect conclusions, and are against the idea of anyone using it as a basis for teaching about those periods. https://t.co/IHFoDbPSzz
— (((AG))) (@AGHamilton29) November 28, 2019
Progressive Liberals in America began their overtake of the educational institute just over a half-century ago. They’re now poised to push the United States into the abyss of a Communist/Socialist regime with themselves as overlords. Other figures in history such as Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, and Chairman Mao Zedong all understood that capturing the minds of children is the best way to build a compliant citizenry.
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