Biden Proclaims His Inauguration A Day of National Unity and Censors the White House Website
US President Joe Biden, who still needs to convince 74 to 80million American voters that he was lawfully elected, proclaimed his inauguration as a National Day of Unity and cut off access to his Predecessor's website removing permanent links to the important files.
Traditionally, the White House website of the former Presidents with all of documents and attachments remains accessible via a link on the site of a new president, but Joe Biden changed it. His project utilises the design and other files of US President Donald Trump's website. However, Biden's web administrator did not add the link to the old site and removed some files from it.
Among the documents that the Biden-Harris team has purged was the 1776 Commission's preliminary report that presented views diverse from the promoted by the mainstream media.
A few hours earlier, President Biden proclaimed his Presidential inauguration a Day of National Unity. In the text of the proclamation, he called the American people to join together and, how he put it, write the next story of our democracy. "An American story of decency and dignity, of love and healing, and greatness and goodness", he emphasised.
But his actions that followed contradicted decency and dignity when he rejected the fundamental value of pluralism.
President Biden actions on the first day of his Presidency
contradicted decency and dignity to which he called upon American people
Less than 48 hours before US President Donald Trump left the White House, the 1776 Commission published 45-page report that slammed “destructive scholarship” that it said misrepresents the history of slavery and racial discrimination.
States and school districts should reject any curriculum that promotes one-sided partisan opinions, activist propaganda, or factional ideologies that demean America’s heritage, dishonor our heroes, or deny our principles, the Commissions' members stated.
President Trump created the commission last year to counter denunciations of the Founding Fathers during national anti-police brutality protests.
The authors of the report argued against presenting slavery as an indelible sin of the Founding Fathers.
“The most common charge levelled against the founders, and hence against our country itself, is that they were hypocrites who didn’t believe in their stated principles, and therefore the country they built rests on a lie. This charge is untrue, and has done enormous damage, especially in recent years, with a devastating effect on our civic unity and social fabric,” the report says, adding: “Many Americans labor under the illusion that slavery was somehow a uniquely American evil.”
The authors of the 1776 Report stated that the foundation of our Republic
planted the seeds of the death of slavery in America.
The authors of the report stated that, the foundation of our Republic planted the seeds of the death of slavery in America.
“It is important to remember that, as a question of practical politics, no durable union could have been formed without a compromise among the states on the issue of slavery. Is it reasonable to believe that slavery could have been abolished sooner had the slave states not been in a union with the free? Perhaps. But what is momentous is that a people that included slaveholders founded their nation on the proposition that ‘all men are created equal'. So why did they say that without immediately abolishing slavery? To establish the principle of consent as the ground of all political legitimacy and to check against any possible future drift toward or return to despotism, for sure. But also, in Lincoln’s words, ‘to declare the right, so that the enforcement of it might follow as fast as circumstances should permit,' the authors emphasised.
Hillsdale College President Larry Arnn, Retired Vanderbilt University political science professor Carol Swain co-chaired of the initiative and the commission’s executive director was Hillsdale College government Professor Matthew Spalding.
The members of the Commission stressed that the Universities in the United States
were hotbeds of anti-Americanism, libel, and censorship
The members of the Commission stressed that the Universities in the United States instead of being a place for discussion of diverse views were hotbeds of anti-Americanism, libel, and censorship that combine to generate in students and the broader culture at the very least disdain and at worst outright hatred for this country.
The founders insisted that universities should be at the core of preserving American republicanism by instructing students and future leaders of its true basis and instilling in them not just an understanding but a reverence for its principles and core documents. Today, our higher education system does almost the precise opposite, the authors of the report stated.
Biden-Harris team denied Internet users access to this document.
The commission, created to teach “patriotic education” and to counter the notion that the United States is "irredeemably and systemically racist,” was to be abandoned because it "has sought to erase America's history of racial injustice," the Biden-Harris transition team said in a statement according to Fox News.
The group was empaneled in September following the publication of the “1619 Project,” a New York Times series of articles, one of the prime and wrong claims of which was that the Revolutionary War was fought on behalf of the colonists to preserve slavery.