Virginia Schools Tell Student to Stop Flying "Offensive" American Flags, The Next Day They Did This

What has become of our nation when flying the American flag is considered an offense?

Quite the opposite is true. Forbidding or being offended at what that flag represents is the actual offense.

A high school principal in Virginia told students of the school to not fly the American flag from their vehicles when they come to school anymore because it is "offensive".

When I was in high school we did it with pride and people weren't offended.

Law Enforcement Today reported,

When students at Franklin County High School in Virginia were told they could not fly the American flag from their trucks because it might be offensive – they did what any red-blooded American teenager would do: they flew the flag anyway.

The staff at broke the story about this school in the area east of Roanoke and Christiansburg, where the flags displayed behind trucks have become a target for school administrators.

Earlier this week, an administrator at the Virginia school reportedly told several students that they could no longer fly Old Glory on their trucks because it was potentially “offensive” and “disruptive.”

Franklin County High School students showed up in unity on Tuesday displaying American flags on their vehicles after an administrator allegedly told them to remove them. Several local residents posted photos of the caravan driving through town with Old Glory waving in the breeze.

Here's my question, who is it exactly that is offended and why? I'll guarantee you they're either offended because of a lie or because they hate America and if that's the case, you're not welcome here.

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