Another DC Museum Violates Constitutional Rights


Another DC Museum Violates Constitutional Rights

Bradley Mattes   |   February 21, 2023

Earlier I told you about a group of pro-life kids who were kicked out of the Smithsonian museum in Washington, DC after the March for Life because they wore pro-life stocking caps.  The kids and parents are suing.  They weren’t the only victims.  It also happened at the National Archives Museum.  Ironically the place housing the original constitution is violating the First Amendment rights of three separate and unrelated groups of individuals.  A second lawsuit is being filed by the American Center for Law and Justice.  The attorneys plan to find out if there was a memo, training or other directives leading to these constitutional violations.  If you were in DC and subjected to this, please let them know.  This story just keeps on getting bigger and we’ll keep you posted along the way.

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