Smithsonian political free speech lawsuit

Legal action to reform America's corrupted institution


Activism's Prescription by Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Letter from the Birmingham Jail

"My friends, I must say to you that we have not made a single gain in civil rights without determined legal and nonviolent pressure." Martin Luther King, Jr.

The 'art world' is widely known to be controlled and dominated by hard core radical leftists.  They have managed to gain a stronghold in America's most important institutions from which they have been steering the ship for the past 50 years.

The Trump Painting's journey cut short by the Smithsonian's Anti-Trump Political Bias

Random individuals from coast to coast would say that the Trump Painting needed to be in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

Once Trump won the election on November 8th, 2016, it was time to apply to the Smithsonian to show the Trump Painting at the inauguration on January 20th, 2017.

The Obama 'Hope' poster was displayed for the 2009 and 2013 inaugurations of President Elect Barrack Obama so it was obvious that a political campaign art 'precedent' had been set giving grounds for a pro-Trump political campaign portrait to be displayed in the People's museum for the historic inauguration of President Elect Donald Trump on January 20th, 2017.

It was not to be!

Smithsonian Free Speech Lawsuit

Following the stunning events at the hands of Smithsonian officials regarding the refusal to show of the Trump Painting as a historic tribute to a historic individual  during a historic event, compelled Artist Julian Raven into legal action.

For two years the 'Free Speech' Smithsonian lawsuit has been wading through the legal system in D.C.  

Below you will find may of the documents filed in this ongoing lawsuit.  The lawsuit has triggered all sorts of issues regarding the Smithsonian expanding the importance and relevance of the lawsuit relating to the issues of  government institutional corruption and anti-Trump, anti conservative, anti-Christian and anti-Republican bias within the Federal Government.

Smithsonian Application and free speech lawsuit

Smithsonian Free SPeech lawsuit

Department of justice motion to dismiss

Motion in opposition to motion to dismiss

DOJ response to motion in opposition to motion to dismiss

motion for sanctions for the spoliation of evidence

Motion for rescission of decisions

District court decision