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And it certainly is an excellent question. One that deserves an answer, really…

Have you noticed that the continually outraged are always trying to remove the American flag from, well, everywhere?

At Cleveland State University, the chalk memorial created by student members of Turning Point USA, to honor the victims of 9/11 was power washed away within hours.


Was that offensive? Apparently, it was the chalk that was the problem.

Sure it was.

Speaking to the publication, CSU’s TPUSA chapter president Tiffany Roberts says that members of the group gathered on Sunday evening to chalk the 9/11 tribute into the sidewalk of the public university to honor those who lost their lives in the 2001 terrorist attack. It was removed 12 hours later.

According to Roberts, the maintenance operator said that he had been ordered to remove the chalk by the university’s Director of Facilities Maintenance, Shehadeh Abdelkarim. She added that the employee said that the memorial was erased because “there is no chalk allowed on campus.”
Source: Daily

And that’s not the only issue.

The University of California at Davis has decided to make the flying of the flag ‘optional’.

The University of California, Davis Student Senate voted last Thursday to strike a bylaw requiring the American flag to be displayed at meetings because “the concept of United States of America and patriotism is different for every individual.”

“It shall not be compulsory for the flag of the United State of America to be displayed at ASUCD Senate meetings,” states Senate Bill 76, introduced by Senator Jose Meneses.
Source: Campus Reform

Optional? This is a public university.

Is giving this anti-American indoctrination institute taxpayer funds optional, too?

Which leads us to the question posed by Ainsley Earhardt:

If you don’t like it here, and you don’t want to see the flag flying at a public institution… then, why are you still here?

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