College Students Defend Fallen American Flag from Pro-Hamas Protesters Who Sought to Replace it with Palestine’s Flag

At a time where our universities seem to be overwhelmingly filled with left-wing nut jobs who have been brainwashed into hating America, it’s a pleasant surprise to see that there are still some patriots at these institutions who are willing to defend their country!

An incident that recently occurred at the University of North Carolina proved exactly that to us.

Like many of the campuses across the country, UNC has been targeted by radical George Soros funded leftists starting riots to defend Hamas.

At one point during their riot, the anti-American leftists brought down the U.S. flag off of a campus flag pole and replaced it with a Palestinian one.

UNC student Guillermo Estrada shared that when he was walking to class he “saw the Palestinian flag raised on [their] quad flag pole, and was immediately upset at the act that these ‘protestors’ had made.”

He noted that the school chancellor quickly came over with police officers to hang the American flag once again while the leftist rioters pelted them with bottles, rocks, and water.

Once the flag was raised again, a group of pro-America patriots began singing the national anthem which apparently enraged the leftists even more.

The Soros puppets then decided to run at the flag pole and try to pull the flag down again – this time to destroy it!

However, their efforts were thwarted by the aforementioned patriots who ran over to protect the flag and stop it from touching the ground.

The rioters rewarded the America-loving patriots by throwing water bottles, rocks, and sticks at them – but they did not relent.

“We stood for an hour defending the flag so many fight to protect,” Estrada said.

Watch the video here to see why there’s still hope for America!


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