New York Times Hates Everyone Showing American Flag Officially, 14,000 Sing Anthem!
"There used to be a sticker in the 90s that stated "There are Americans and there are liberals" and its clear today that the New York Times is at war with any normal person who displays an American Flag. The New York Times is a self declared domestic threat to our nation," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
The New York Times is defending their editorial board member who called American flags "disturbing." Their staff member, Mara Gay, caused a firestorm after her appearance on MSNBC Tuesday.
"I was on Long Island this weekend visiting a really dear friend, and I was really disturbed. I saw, you know, dozens and dozens of pickup trucks with explicatives [sic] against Joe Biden on the back of them, Trump flags, and in some cases just dozens of American flags, which is also just disturbing & Essentially the message was clear: This is my country. This is not your country. I own this," Gay said.
(Video below of reporter trashing all Americans who love America:)
Gay went on to trash white people and "whiteness."
"I think that as long as they see Americanness as the same as one with whiteness, this is going to continue," she said, adding that many people don't understand the "danger" of "whiteness."
"That is the real concern. Because, you know, the Trump voters who are not going to get onboard with democracy, they're a minority. You can marginalize them, long-term. But if we don't take the threat seriously, then I think we're all in really bad shape," Gay said.
In response to the outrage, the New York Times released a statement claiming that people defending the flag are acting in "bad faith."
Well, New Yorkers decided to teach the liberal reporters and the mainstream media a lesson on how you respect your country and flag!
After technical issues, 14,000 Islanders fans decided to sing the National Anthem together.
Photo Credit: Eugene Delgaudio at Donald Trump Inauguration 2020 with U.S. Flag.
Photo Credit: Washington Post, Getty photo of Eugene Delgaudio from interview with American Flag.