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Tea Party historian David Barton claims to be an expert on African American history.

Internal Revenue Service records show that Barton’s nonprofit, Wallbuilder Presentations Inc., used a video project  about the moral heritage and political history of African Americans to claim its non-profit status.

A favorite among right wing conservatives, Barton’s controversial editing has posited a history where Thrugood Marshall is stripped from the history books and  where republicans are credited for passing the 1964 Civil Right Act and the 1965 Voting  Rights Act.

Read More At The Huffington Post.

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