By
G. McConway
|
November 3, 2022

Trinity College Removes American Flags from Dorm Windows

Two students at Trinity College had two different versions of the American flag hanging from their dorm windows.

One flag was a "thin" line flag supporting first responders, law enforcement, and our military.

The other flag was an American flag with the Gadsden symbol on it.

Why Our Flags

Apparently, the two flags upset the woke.

People who were apparently school officials forcibly took the flags down…

Yet, as you saw, someone else had a pride flag hanging and that was okay.

Finn McCole and Lucas Turco, the two roommates in the video, stated that the other flags remained up still days later.

McCole stated, "No prior request was made for us to remove the flags.

"The two women from administration showed up at our dorm and said we have an official order from the dean to remove them immediately."

Turco added, "The deans said our flags were taken down because some students were offended by them. In my opinion anyone could be offended by anything and so it is completely subjective, thus deeming it not a valid reason to take our flags down.

"Yes, other flags such as trans flags and LGBTQ flags remained hanging and were never forcibly removed by the school.

"Which Finn and I do not have a problem with, we believe all people should be allowed to fly their flags.

"I cannot comment as to why the school targeted our flags, but I believe the video speaks for itself."

Yes, yes it does.

Source: Fox News

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