Democrats REFUSE to Fly “Racist” Pro-Police Flag for Fallen Officer – Use Pride Flag Instead

A Connecticut state trooper was killed in the line of duty last week and instead of flying the “thin blue line” flag to honor him, the Democrats in control said the best they could do was fly a… pride flag?

Office Aaron Pelletier was killed by a hit-and-run driver during a traffic stop and a Republican member on the city council suggested that they raise the thin blue line flag over town hall in his honor.

However, the Democrat-controlled city council voted AGAINST the request while claiming that the flag represents “racism” and is “hateful.”

In its place, the Democrats decided to fly the LGBTQ pride flag instead – even though the trooper was not gay and left behind a wife and 2 young children.

One of the liberal whack jobs who decided that the thin blue line flag was too racist to be flown, claimed that “many, many people” agree with her.

She added that it’s “not appropriate to raise it over town hall.”

To be clear, the Democrats now think that a flag which supports the police officers who protect us day in and day out is “inappropriate” but a flag which celebrates someone’s sexual preferences is perfectly acceptable?

We truly do live in a clown world.

At the VERY LEAST the Democrats could have removed the pride flag during his funeral considering it has nothing to do with him – but no – they insisted on keeping it up.

Watch the video here to see how the Democrats have found a new way to disrespect America’s police officers.


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