Trish BLASTS Move to ‘Cancel’ the America Flag – Shreds Left’s Attempt to Create a Socialist Utopia

How about this one:

Baptists and the American Civil War: March 5, 1861 ...

One star for the West Coast, East Coast, New England, the South, the Midwest, the Upper Midwest and the West. One bar for each branch of government. What do you think?

David DeGerolamo

      
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oldtimer505
oldtimer505
1 month ago

I won’t speak for anyone else, but if this is a serious proposal, then honestly, they can go fuck themselves.

FedUpFLman
FedUpFLman
1 month ago
Reply to  oldtimer505

Spoke for me just fine🇺🇲💪

Rifleman1775
Rifleman1775
1 month ago

I like the 11 star version better being a Virginian or the 13 star Lee HQ version the best of the Stars and Bars. Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas secede after Fort Sumter. The seven star version of the Stars and Bars represents the seven states of secession before Fort Sumter: South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. There were only 11 states that seceded. The 13 star regimental battle flag also represent the pro secession proxy governments of Kentucky and Missouri.

Rabbi Will McCubbins
Rabbi Will McCubbins
1 month ago
Reply to  Rifleman1775

Thanks for the history man! Personally I like the Confederate naval jack my opinion is its the most beautiful flag ever made

Gryphon
Gryphon
1 month ago
Reply to  Rifleman1775

R1775 -- I have used the 13-Star Flag for over 25 Years now, on Clothing and my Vehicles, and the only ‘Dirty Looks’ I get are from the de-Racinated, ‘liberal’ Whites. But they never Say anything. Oddly, it is normal (not ghetto) Black Folks who Nod, Wave, or Compliment me for Showing it.
Living in what is known as the “Virginia Piedmont” area, this Flag is a lot more common than the Libtards would want to Admit, along with the Yellow “Gadsden Flag”. You can actually get Vehicle Plates from the State with this Flag as the background.

Hans
Hans
1 month ago

I’ll continue to fly the Bonnie Blue Flag until civility ends, and then hoist the “Southern Cross”.

https://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/us-anv.html

just sayin'
just sayin'
1 month ago

Thank you for this update!

Mike
Mike
1 month ago

Heh. I see what you did there, Dave. And I like it.

Paraclete
Paraclete
1 month ago

Have proudly flown the Christian Battle flag over the S.C. secession flag for thirty plus years…I believe these flags says it all.

Malachi
Malachi
1 month ago

My country was invaded by a foreign army and conquered in 1865. This is still my flag. It flies over a portion of my country that the enemy doesn’t own. My farm.

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Malachi
Malachi
1 month ago
Reply to  Malachi

Oh, and my last President was Jefferson Davis. I’m unreconstructed and unrepentant.

Ace of Aces
1 month ago

Yep, but not yet defeated.

Gryphon
Gryphon
1 month ago

Anyone now flying the “Stars and Stripes” Flag is tacitly supporting an Illegitimate ‘government’. Yes, it’s the “National Flag”, but the Nation is now (((owned))) and (((controlled))) by Hostile Invaders, in league with all branches of (((international communism))).

just sayin'
just sayin'
1 month ago
Reply to  Gryphon

I don’t know about that…they do not revere the flag…they just want to burn it down or change it. I think flying it high or upside down (from any era) is an act/sign of defiance to these tyrants.(Just as long as its not pixie-fied)

Gryphon
Gryphon
1 month ago
Reply to  just sayin'

The traitors in the ‘government’ may hate the Flag, but as long as they Use it to represent an Illegitimate Entity, it is a Symbol that I do not Identify with.
Also, look at any Pic of “The Flag” withing any ‘government’ building- it has Gold Fringe, making it an Entirely Different Symbol. This is the “Admiralty Flag” of the British-Crown-Chartered UNITED STATES CORPORATION. Any Display of this Flag is evidence of an “Occupation Government” not the Constitutional Government of the Republic as Founded.
Lots of Fun Reading in that Rabbit-Hole.

Armorican
Armorican
1 month ago
Reply to  Gryphon

Gryphon,
This is a common misconception.
No, “gold fringe” does not imply Admiralty or Maritime jurisdiction, though those two Lawforms are popular in the foreign courts (along with Military Common Law and Ecclesiastical Canon Law).
Gold fringe is indicative of “National Colors.” It is purely decorative, and has as much “authority” and conveys as much jurisdiction as a piece of bunting. In other words, none.
It is there to garner people’s trust, to make them assume the proceedings are flowing from some authority connected to the Four Organic Laws making up The American Public Law (which are The Unanimous Declaration of Independence, the three Constitutions, The Northwest Ordnance, and the Articles of Confederation). Nothing could be further from the truth.
They are universally “foreign” courts, and have nothing to do with living Americans. They can only “see” Incorporated entities.

Armorican
Armorican
1 month ago
Reply to  just sayin'

Or, as is the case in the “Senate Rotunda” in the City State of D.C., flying “struck” (hanging down so the bars are vertical).
When a ship has surrendered, they are required to “strike” their flag to show defeat and submission.
Displaying a flag like this is the highest form of disrespect (unless you are an enemy) you can offer to a flag. A flag is to be flown horizontally, or at a 45 degree angle (jackstaff).
Upside down= distress
Vertical= struck (defeated)
Those claiming to be “our” government are not such, and have not been such since 1861 when any claim of a quorum was lost, and never re-convened. Same with the “Reconstruction Acts.”
Never completed, and the American people were never told that they needed to.

Last edited 1 month ago by Armorican
Armorican
Armorican
1 month ago
Reply to  Gryphon

Technically, the “Stars and Stripes” is the title IV “War Flag” that was delegated to the British “Tories” (short for “Territorials”) to use when our (really, a branch of their) Navy is at war.
The proper flag for Americans to fly has always been the “Civil” or Peacetime flag. Americans not serving in the foreign services (“U.S” Armed forces) have no reason to fly the war flag.
Unless you want to be considered a combatant, avoid flying the “Stars and Stripes.”