President Trump should have watched this before praising the Antifa thugs as peaceful. This lady should be invited to the White House and be given a medal for President Trump for standing up to Communist thugs half her age.
The elderly woman who was assaulted by an Antifa thug as she held up an American flag at Saturday’s “Boston Free Speech Rally” spoke out about the incident afterwards.
The assault was captured on video as the thug is seen grabbing her flag from her and running with it, dragging the woman behind.
And while she defiant at the time in trying to locate the coward when he ran into a crowd of Antifa antagonists — likely the result of rushing adrenaline — she tearfully recounted the harrowing incident when it was all over.
Speaking on camera, the woman said a “guy with a mask” grabbed her flag.
“I tried to get it back and he hit me and knocked me on the ground,” she said, before becoming overwhelmed with emotion.
“Where is the media? asked a man recording her remarks. “They don’t want to cover any of this.”
The patriotic woman was distraught over what she sees happening in America today, literally crying for her country.
“I’m tired,” she said. “I’m so tired of everything.”
“The freedom we fought for many years ago, I’m watching it be destroyed by groups that don’t care,” she sobbed.
Antifa are chickenshit cowards. They travel in packs, eye the weakest among us, and then attack and run.
Are racists banned from the park too? What if a group of swastika tattooed skinheads showed up at Six Flags Over Texas, wearing Confederate flag t-shirts?
The Confederate flag will no longer wave at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. Instead, the Dallas-area theme park will fly six American flags.
The Arlington park’s Friday change comes as communities across the nation debate Confederate memorials and symbols after the deadly rally over a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, Va.
Spokeswoman Sharon Parker says they “always choose to focus on celebrating the things that unite us versus those that divide us.”
That’s the mantra of the corporate left these days–inclusion, unite us, and all that PC talk.
The park was named for the six flags that’ve flown over Texas. In addition to the Confederate flag, the others were those of Spain, Mexico, France, the Republic of Texas and the U.S.
The Confederate flag the park flew wasn’t the battle flag known for its cross design but an earlier one known as the “stars and bars.”
At least the Mexican flag is down too.
With it’s welcoming new policy toward Naggers, we should form a betting pool on how long until the first shooting at Six flags.
They’ll have to change their name to Six Guns Over Texas.
I assume the America-hating leftie in this story, Emily Lance, is a Jew. In my experience that last name is Jewish.
A woman who shared a video of herself urinating on an American flag has asked that people stop targeting her family, saying they do not support her actions.
Emily Lance received online threats of murder and rape after posting the video during Independence Day celebrations.
Her account is no longer on Facebook but she previously posted that her father and his workplace had also been “targeted”, reports say.
Desecrating a US flag is not illegal due to strong freedom of speech laws.
In the video, Ms Lance is seen standing over a toilet on which a US flag is draped, and urinating on it with the aid of a device that allows women to do so standing up.
She captioned it with: “F*** your nationalism. F*** your country. F*** your stupid f****** flag”.
Later she made a plea for her opponents not to “take your anger out on the wrong people”, saying no-one in her family “agrees with my shenanigans”.
“They’ve got nothing to do with my decisions,” she continued.
She did not explain how her father and his workplace had been “targeted”.
“What don’t you people understand? You’re celebrating freedom while damning me for doing the same. You can’t have it both ways,” she said.
“Go Girl” allows women to pee standing up:
The foolish among us have no concept of the slippery slope.
Today, the Confederate flag and monuments to Civil War heroes from the South are coming down.
But many of the people who are offended by the very existence of white southerners are also offended by the American flag, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and many other historic American figures.
Tomorrow, their names will be obliterated from the history books. And so will the rights that those men fought for.
The campaign against the south is rooted in Marxist totalitarianism. Don’t be fooled. Today, a flag is spit on, while the nation silently melts away with only a few patriots protesting its loss.
A revived campaign to remove Confederate statues and symbols from government grounds has reignited an impassioned national debate pitting opponents against self-described “patriots” who argue the monuments stand for heritage and not hate.
These tensions were bared over the weekend when defenders of those symbols traveled to Gettysburg, Pa., preparing to face off against rumored anti-Confederate protests.
Those protests never materialized.
But while the Confederate flag remains a deeply offensive symbol to many Americans and a painful reminder of the South’s history of slavery, some — like those who came to Gettysburg — say flying the flag is about preserving heritage and honoring ancestors.
“It makes me want to cry,” Pat Roller of Pasadena, Md., told Fox News in front of the North Carolina monument at Gettysburg National Military Park. “I have ancestry on both sides.”
Roller, who said she takes photos for the Sons of Confederate Veterans, said she doesn’t know why there’s so much uproar over Civil War symbols of the South.
Roller — wearing a white t-shirt with a Confederate flag on it that read “Try burning this. Some things are worth fighting for” — says it makes her “a little angry” that people say Confederate symbols preach racism to kids.
At some point in the future all universities across America will refuse to fly the American flag, the flag of a country founded by racist slave owners.
Even in conservative, traditional Mississippi, cultural Marxists have gained control of the universities.
So, if state institutions do not have to fly the flag, I suppose if I were a citizen of Mississippi that I would not have to pay state taxes.
Is that how it works or do only liberals get special privileges?
Legislation passed Wednesday that would try to force the state’s public universities to fly the state flag died Thursday.
It died when House Ways and Means Chair Jeff Smith, R-Columbus, did not try to table a motion to reconsider the bill. The deadline to table the motion is Friday, and the House will not reconvene until Monday.
While that legislation died, Rep. William Shirley, R-Quitman, promised to offer amendments to other legislation to try to force the public universities to fly the flag. As a matter of fact, Shirley offered the amendment Thursday to a bill providing bonds for university construction projects.
But a point of order was raised that his amendment was not proper. House Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, had not ruled on the point of order by the time the House adjourned Thursday.
Currently none of the eight public universities fly the state flag, which incorporates the controversial Confederate battle emblem as part of its design.
Shirley and many others contend the universities that receive public funding should be required to fly the state flag.
On Wednesday by a 57-56 margin in the House, Shirley was successful in amending a bill designed to allow Mississippi State and the University of Southern Mississippi to provide tax breaks to private companies that lease land from them to build student housing. Shirley’s amendment said the universities could not provide the tax breaks unless they fly the flag.
At the time, Smith said the amendment would be stripped from the bill in conference committee where House and Senate leaders work to hammer out the final version of the bill. But on Thursday, Smith said it would be easier to allow the bill containing the Shirley amendment to die since other bills are alive in the Senate that provide the tax breaks for the universities.
But the issue of the flag flying over the universities could be an ongoing issue during the final weeks of the session if Shirley follows through with his intent to amend bills related to the universities, such as funding bills, to try to force the schools fly the flag.
Gunn, the most high profile Republican state official to advocate for changing the flag, said Thursday he understands why people are upset that a public university is not flying the flag, but said, “It appears our universities (as well as many municipalities) don’t agree with the message they perceive it sends.
“That’s a difficult dilemma for the government to rise up and say you must do something you find personally offensive.”
He said the case could be made that it is a free speech issue for the universities.
But he said the close House vote on the Shirley amendment “highlights the divisiveness of the issue” and why he has not been able to garner a consensus in the House to change the flag despite his position of power.
“I advocate a banner that would unite the state, everybody can be proud of and everybody can unite behind. I don’t think we currently have that,” he said.
Would these flags work for you?
They don’t like this one either.