New 1619 “docu-series” has all hell breaking loose

Leftists are constantly looking for new opportunities to push their ideology and online streaming services have been a goldmine for them on that front.

But the latest docu-series from Hulu looks like it’s taking that to a whole new level.

And the new 1619 “docu-series” has all hell breaking loose.

Hulu seems to have gone all-in on pushing a Left-wing agenda with its latest docu-series

When browsing the Documentary section of Hulu, one will find a vast selection of political entries.

However, the leanings of these movies and series appear decidedly one-sided.

Viewers can delight in getting a personal look at historic Hillary Clinton, celebrate the life and times of Ruther Bader Ginsberg, and learn about the wonders of Dr. Fauci in Totally Under Control, as well as choices bashing Donald Trump, Steve Bannon and Dick Cheney.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

But they all, perhaps, pale in comparison to Hulu’s newest docu-series, The 1619 Project.

The show is being blasted for delivering a warped history of America from the perspective of a radical Left-wing non-profit group of the same name.

Fox News reports the show “has been out for a little less than a week, but some viewers — and even a few critics — are criticizing it for propagating a false understanding of American history.”

A former Democratic Congressional candidate Barrington Martin II “The 1619 Project is a fan fiction history,” adding “Why is it taken seriously?”

Trump administration Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo took to Twitter to blast The 1619 Project as “a slander on the American people,” adding “It’s a false narrative” that should have “no place in our schools.”

Pompeo’s tweet seemingly alludes to the 1619 Project curricula – around which the ducu-series is based – which has made its way into classrooms across the country, sparking outrage from parents and activists.

The 1619 Project’s alternate history

The 1619 Project NGO was started by former New York Times author and activist Nicole Hannah-Jones.

The basic premise of her re-telling of American history starts with the false notion that the country was founded in 1619 – when the first slaves arrived – not in 1776 with the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

So far Hulu has released two episodes of the six-part series.

As one would imagine, the ideas of The 1619 Project are presented to viewers as facts, despite multiple sources nsisting they’ve been readily debunked.

Everything through a racial lens

In episodes one and two, The 1619 Project covers “democracy” and “race.”

Democracy in the show is viewed, as everything else with The 1619 Project, through the prism of race.

The program obviously features historians and professors who agree with Hannah-Jones’ portrayal of U.S. history.

But as a result, Democracy in the show is viewed, as seemingly everything else with The 1619 Project, through the prism of race.

“A significant portion of our country still doesn’t believe in democracy, if democracy requires sharing power with multiracial citizens in our multiracial nation,” Hannah-Jones said. “I think a lot about what it would take for a true democracy to take shape in this country, and I worry about how the nation will respond to what is clearly a democratic crisis.”

Jim Crow 2.0?

From there, the series smoothly transitions into supposed “voter suppression,” and attempts to use Georgia’s new election integrity laws to illustrate how white people – and Republicans in particular – are trying to oppress black voters.

“Since 2021 lawmakers have passed at least 42 restrictive voting laws in 21 states – and in Georgia one of the most heavily black states in the nation – Republicans passed the Election Integrity Act that created a long list of voting restrictions,” Hanna-Jones said. “After a pandemic era election saw the use of mail in ballots in record numbers, the law shrunk the number of ballot drop boxes and added ID requirements for absentee voting.”

Democrat politicians were quick to capitalize on The 1619 Project’s objections, with President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) even both called the law, “Jim Crow 2.0.”

Major League Baseball pulled its all-star game out of Atlanta in protest of the legislation.

In reality, following the passage of the law, black turnout actually increased and early voting in the Peach State surpassed record levels in the 2022 Midterms.

Furthermore, a new poll from University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs has found the idea of disenfranchisement of the black vote is a figment of the Left’s imagination.

The post-election poll found 0% of black Georgians had trouble voting in the 2022 Midterms.

That’s not a typo, it was 0%.

In fact, another 0% of black voters in Georgia responded that they had a “poor” voting experience.

But don’t count on The 1619 Project highlighting that in any coming episodes.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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