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The National Archives acknowledged this week that it altered a photograph of the Women’s March, which took place the day after President Trump’s inauguration in 2017, to blur some signs held by marchers that were critical of the president.
Among the alterations are the blotting out of the word “Trump” in a placard that reads “God Hates Trump,” and the blurring of the same word in another sign that reads “Trump & GOP — Hands Off Women.” Words on other signs referencing female anatomy were also altered.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Archives said the decision to obscure certain words was made as an exhibit featuring the march was being developed. It said the archivist, David Ferriero, who was appointed by former President Obama in 2009 and who was involved in the talks, supports the decision.
The report states that National Archives spokeswoman Miriam Kleiman explained to The Washington Post, “As a non-partisan, non-political federal agency, we blurred references to the President’s name on some posters, so as not to engage in current political controversy.”
A sign that read “God Hates Trump” has “Trump” blotted out so that it reads “God Hates”
Another that reads “If my vagina could shoot bullets, it’d be less REGULATED” has “vagina” blurred out. Another that says “This Pussy Grabs Back” has “Pussy” erased https://t.co/1geHLfyjgn
— Hamza Shaban (@hshaban) January 18, 2020
— The Hill (@thehill) January 18, 2020
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 18, 2020
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