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Can't fully verify this but it's been circulating on certain pol websites. From the NAACP convention this past Tuesday in Philadelphia where he discussed "criminal justice overhaul".

"Obama Calls for Banning of Tea Party Flag in NAACP Speech "

President Obama outlined an ambitious road map for criminal justice reform during an address at the NAACP convention Tuesday.

In a 45-minute speech, Obama called for reducing or eliminating mandatory minimum sentences, reviewing the use of the solitary confinement and banning of Confederate and "Tea Party" flags (Gadsden flag) on public property, "among other things."
Wouldn't be surprised. The Confederate flag reaction was a slippery slope...I remember the NJ town council trying to ban the "tea party radical flag" --as they put in it--at a Naval Armory a few years back.

Sheeple are stupid. Most of these millenial hipsters have no idea of history, tradition, or how symbols change. They jump on trends and are putty in the lib leaders hands.


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no f***ing way. This better be a joke.
The speech was at 106th National NAACP convention Tuesday night. He addressed his new criminal justice overhaul proposal.

One of the things that came up was banning "hate symbols" on government property (he may have suggested even public) like the Confederate Flag in SC and the Tea Party flag (it's idiotic how libs refer to the Gadsden Flag as that).

Even though the SC issue was a flag on state property, we all saw the social backlash wave from the SC Confederate Flag removal (Amazon and even Walmart refusing to sell it or even decorate cakes with the symbol). Alas many stupid libs have demonized the Gadsden flag and even attacked the Navy Jack with their ignorance. I even remember years ago the Gadsden Flag was not that well known and more historic (knew a few sailors and soldiers who flew it at their homes), then came the tea party use of it, but now since there are so many social justice warriors out there and PC police it's actually viewed differently than it was even just a few years ago.

It's scary that the young progressive have gone full retard with the PC, so things like this (banning symbols once featured on the most popular tv shows a few decades ago) are actually attainable.
 

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The speech was at 106th National NAACP convention Tuesday night. He addressed his new criminal justice overhaul proposal.

One of the things that came up was banning "hate symbols" on government property (he may have suggested even public) like the Confederate Flag in SC and the Tea Party flag (it's idiotic how libs refer to the Gadsden Flag as that).

Even though the SC issue was a flag on state property, we all saw the social backlash wave from the SC Confederate Flag removal (Amazon and even Walmart refusing to sell it or even decorate cakes with the symbol). Alas many stupid libs have demonized the Gadsden flag and even attacked the Navy Jack with their ignorance. I even remember years ago the Gadsden Flag was not that well known and more historic (knew a few sailors and soldiers who flew it at their homes), then came the tea party use of it, but now since there are so many social justice warriors out there and PC police it's actually viewed differently than it was even just a few years ago.

It's scary that the young progressive have gone full retard with the PC, so things like this (banning symbols once featured on the most popular tv shows a few decades ago) are actually attainable.
Are any of these idiots suggesting this ban would also apply to private property?
 

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I find it both interesting and disturbing.

First Amendment

It is ok to carry a flag with a swastika on it, but not one for a political party not in lockstep with the party in power.

It is ok to burn an American flag in front of a recruiting station, but not burn a "rainbow" flag in front of a gay bar, lest one be arrested for inciting to riot and for committing a hate crime because someone feels afraid of you.

It is ok to espouse one's own political views but not if someone like Trump states his if they are different than yours.

It is ok to stop doing new business and try to terminate existing business (behind the scenes) ala Mayor Trotsky and Trump because of differing political views.

It is ok to prosecute someone who has gamed the system tax wise if nobody is afraid of that person instead of aggressively pursuing everyone (Feds, State and City with Sharpton).

Things are really [LANGUAGE FILTER]ed up and reminiscent of Germany in the 20's and 30's with twisting things around for political gain and selective enforcement of rules for the same reasons.
 

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Just ordered the Gadsden "Tea Party" flag from Amazon before they stop selling those too. The day it is banned, it will fly just below the Stars and Stripes.

This POS is looking to start a new civil war, a race war so he can declare marshal law and announce himself supreme dictator. A year ago I would have accused someone of tinfoil hat syndrome but now the pieces are falling together. The faster he is out of office, the better. It will take generations and a small miracle to "unscrew" all the damage this criminal and his minions have done to our once great country.
 
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