It’s no secret that liberals hate America, and they demonstrate it every chance they get. On Sunday, Breitbart.com reported that a YouTube video has emerged showing a group of “trans power” marchers in San Francisco burning the U.S. flag.
According to Breitbart:
It shows people whooping and celebrating as the flag is burnt, and was filmed by a trans activist under the name of “mx emily a rose,” although she claims she was not responsible for the action itself.
Here’s the video posted to YouTube:
“Rose” also posted an online poll, in which the vast majority said they were offended by the flag burning:
The video I recorded of an American flag being burned at #TransMarch has sparked a controversy. What do you think?
— mx emily a rose (@nexxylove) June 26, 2016
@nexxylove I don't see those flag burners wanting to move to some other countries in the near future. You know, like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, etc
— M.D. Geist (@mds_02_geist) June 26, 2016
Good point. No, they don’t “want” to move there, because this country still allows them free speech for now.
Whooping, mentally ill people in San Francisco burn the flag. https://t.co/Ozkuwi3Km3
— Milo Yiannopoulos ✘ (@Nero) June 26, 2016
Well, hey, it is San Francisco and these are liberals, so…
According to Ben Kew, someone posted Rose’s address within 15 minutes of Yiannopoulos posting the video.
However the justification for the act is currently still unknown.
Desecration of the American flag is generally interpreted as an act of political war against a nation, although the US constitution also bans the prohibition of banning the flag, on the grounds of the first amendment.
I’ve got an even better idea. Since liberals hate America anyway, maybe we should consider this…
- Is it time to banish liberals from America?
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