Earlier this year, we noted that a report indicated that some American History college courses contained more diversity than facts.

Now, it looks like some high school courses don’t even have the facts, as essential elements are being rewritten to promote the progressive worldview.

The Second Amendment the Founding Fathers wrote: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

The Second Amendment as it’s written in a history textbook used by Advanced Placement high school students in Texas: “The people have a right to keep and bear arms in a state militia.”

Not … the … same … thing.

“The authors of United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination have taken it upon themselves to change the Constitution of the United States,” writes Hillary Cherry, a spokeswoman for Yong America’s Foundation. “Guyer High School and numerous others have assigned the book for an ‘Advanced Placement History’ course. By assigning anti-factual literature, the only advanced placement the school has ensured for their students is in the world of biased academia.” 

“Sadly, parents now have to fact check textbooks to be sure their students are being taught accurate history. High schools and universities should focus on being a marketplace of ideas, not force-feeding leftist theories.”

The revisionist history has prompted a protest among concerned parents in Texas, an outcry detailed on DailyPaul.com:

Guyer High School (and obviously several others) are complicit in attempting to condition students to interpret the 2nd Amendment in a clearly opposite manner in which it was intended.  The 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 5th are also misinterpreted as several commenters below pointed out.

This textbook … is attempting to redefine the Second Amendment to impressionable young minds. …

The website hosts a Call To Action against Guyer High, and parents have planned a protest at an upcoming local school board meeting.

Notes Sean Getts, the man behind the photo: “I had no idea that a pic I posted on FB would spread like wildfire. 99.99999999% of the people probably don’t even know that it was my 16 year old daughter that actually brought it to my attention. I certainly planned on taking action, but the attention its received nationally has been incredible.”