Smithsonian, BP Win Muzzle Awards for Outstanding Censorship

University of Virginia’s Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression named this year’s most notable censors at their 20th annual Muzzle Awards. Smithsonian secretary Clough got one for removing A Fire in My Belly from the museum because the GOP saw a crucifix, waaa.

Don’t be surprised to see Obama on there for helping to shoo pesky journalists away from photographing BP-oil-smothered pelicans: “Every presidential administration of the last 20 years, Republican and Democrat, has been deemed deserving of a Muzzle.”

See the full list of “winners” for more.