Man Told to Remove American Flag Because ‘It’s a Threat to Muslims’ (Video)
I wish this were as hard to believe as it once was, but anymore, this is become par for the course:
According to Webster, TX resident Duy Tran, that is precisely what he has been told by his apartment complex management. They have told him that he must remove the flag because it was a “ threat to the Muslim community.” (Watch Video Below)
KHOU, the CBS affiliate in Houston, reports on this demand by the Lodge on El Dorado. After moving into the community, Tran proudly hung an American flag from his balcony. He says the flag means a lot to him because he has had a lot of friends who have died defending it.
Tran says he was shocked when the apartment manager told him the American flag had to be taken down. He said, “What really stunned me is that she said it’s a threat towards the Muslim community. I’m not a threat to anybody.”
The flag isn’t a threat to Muslims. The patriots that defend it are, though they aren’t a threat to Muslims unless Muslims are a threat to Americans. So, this is more progressive thought control.
Notice it isn’t a Muslim that’s complaining about the flag, but some self righteous moral busybody.
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