Rush Limbaugh has said that calls for the American flag to be banned will be next after the Confederate flag. He is right, and here are 3 examples of why it is no conspiracy theory. I would also like to add that these examples show that efforts to ban the American flag have already been underway for quite some time.
1) On March 3, 2015, University of California Irvine (U.C. Irvine) student government association voted 6-4-2 in favor of banning the American flag from the campus. Professors also signed a letter, stating “U.S. nationalism often contributes to racism and xenophobia, and that the paraphernalia of nationalism is in fact often to intimidate.”
2) In 2010, 5 students were sent home for wearing American shirts on Cinco de Mayo. Fox News legal analyst Liz Wiehl gave her analysis on it, saying “Unless I’m missing something, this seems like a blatant violation of the First Amendment. And they’re wearing, of all horrific things, the American flag.”
3) Peyton Robinson, an 18-year-old high school student, was coerced by school officials to remove an American flag from his truck. Fortunately, he took to social media, which drew a large peaceful protest, and caused the officials to reverse their decision.
Wake up America! Our American flag has been under attack, and the left wants you to think this is just some conspiracy theory. These stories just verify that Rush Limbaugh is right.
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