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Date Posted: 06:26:11 06/15/21 Tue
Author: Irish Jim
Subject: Mara Gay NYT editorial board member tweeted the American flag is disturbing to her.

New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay proclaimed that the sight of "dozens of American flags" on a pickup truck was "disturbing" because she thought the message those flying the flags were trying to send was that she was not welcome in our country. 

Gay suggested that the solution to this perceived slight was to "marginalize" the tens of millions of patriotic, freedom-loving Trump supporters. In other words, she wants to actually do what she accused those flying the flag of trying to say.

This is fundamentally the hypocrisy of the current liberal movement. Inclusiveness to them means only including those who agree with their world view and who are willing to succumb to their attempts to control as many aspects of our lives as possible. Anybody who dares disagree is subject to be canceled, as we’ve seen play out publicly at Gay’s New York Times.  

Let me say this....

Fuck you Mara Gay GTFO of America

When I see our beautiful 50 stars and 13 red and white stripes, I think about the many times I’ve seen this flag draped over the casket of my fallen brothers and sisters. They – men and women of all races and religions – died defending Gay’s right to disparage our nation’s flag. 

To me, the stitches that hold our flag together represent the brave men and women who protect us and our families. Like the stitches on a flag, the men and women who came home in those caskets adorned with the stars and stripes are the ones that hold this whole experiment in Democracy together

This is the flag that flew into so many battles against tyranny and was raised in the name of liberty and peace.

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