A Patriot Takes Action when a Pride Flag Replaces Military Flags at VA Hospital

A LGBTQ pride flag replaced five flags representing the branches of the United States military to celebrate “Gay Pride” month at a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Indiana earlier this week. Some residents and veterans weren’t happy seeing the pride flag up and particularly all the military flags taken down. “The Army is the Army, the Navy is the Navy … the gay flag isn’t supposed to be there,” said veteran Robert Pio. The slighting of the U.S. military was apparently too much for one observer, who lowered the flag and then drove off with it, after which officials at Fort Wayne’s VA Hospital got the message and decided to put the military flags back up. As for the individual who swiped the pride flag, Pio told WPTA: “he’s right … I’d have done the same thing.”
Read more: https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/06/15/pride-flag-replaces-military-flags-for-a-day-at-va-hospital-but-thats-too-long-for-one-observer