Federal Prosecutors Indict the American Flag in Los Angeles, CA!

The Stars and Stripes has been renamed a placard by the Director of the Veterans Administration Vincent Kane the head of the Veterans Administration in Washington D.C.

The federal government is now prosecuting Old Glory as a placard and prosecuting Vietnam Army Veterans for displaying said flag on the fence of a Veterans Administration facility in California.

Robert Rosebrock from Veterans Today reports:

As though it is not un-American enough that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has officially declared that our American Flag is a “placard, pamphlet, handbill or flyer” and further orders VA police to issue criminal arrest citations to Veterans and Patriots who display our Nation’s Colors outside the VA, but four deputy U.S. attorneys of the Department of Justice (DOJ) officially indicted the revered Flag of the United States of America, accusing It of being an imposter.

On February 3, the American Flag was arraigned and indicted in U.S. Federal Court for the Central District of California, Courtroom 341, Citation Case #4161140, “United States of America v. Robert L. Rosebrock,” after I pleaded “not guilty” to the VA’s criminal charges of “distributing of materials such as pamphlets, handbills, and/or flyers, and the displaying of placards or posting of materials on bulletin boards or elsewhere on property is prohibited.”

In sum, the American Flag — as we know It – is a co-defendant in this case because the DOJ cannot indict one without indicting the other.

And it still remains unanswered as to what authority VA Secretary Robert A. McDonald officially transformed our American Flag into a “placard, pamphlet, handbill or flyer?

Read more.

What has happened to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution?

I say we hang a couple hundred flags on the VA fence line in Los Angeles CA what say you?

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