The mere idea that we live in a nation now where the American Flag is supposed to be a problem for anyone to see in any way is something that is absolutely mind boggling.
It’s something that has seemingly come under a microscope due to liberal influence and over saturation of the media by liberal talking heads that now somehow start complaining about the country that they are living in.
It’s like a homeless person asking for a sandwich, you giving them the sandwich and then complaining that you used the store brand mustard on it. Liberals want to have their cake and eat it too when it comes to freedoms and rights.
When they talk about what is protected freedom of expression and what isn’t, liberals don’t get the idea that unless someone is trying to harm them or threaten them than that person is free to say whatever they like despite that person not liking it. How anyone thinks that the display of an American Flag is threatening is beyond all reasonable comprehension but that’s just me.
We don’t live in a nanny state, we live in a complete and utter baby state where when people don’t like something instead of just walking the other way they have to begin lodging formal complaints about anything and everything.
Hate to break it to these people, but being angry about something you saw or heard is not a medical condition.
Stanford University told the Sigma Chi fraternity to remove its American flag to “improve” its image. An administrator reportedly told the fraternity that the flag could be seen as “intimidating, aggressive or alienating.”
According to a report from the Stanford Review, an unnamed administrator told the Sigma Chi fraternity that their American flag was a symbol that could be seen as “intimidating, aggressive or alienating.”
The fraternity was actually shut down in May after the university argued that there were accountability issues with the chapter. The alleged incident with the unnamed administrator took place as the members of the chapter were looking to prevent a suspension.
In the report, the relationship between the unnamed administrator and the fraternity is described in detail.