Female Vet Takes Action to Stop Protesters Defacing the Flag

PostPosted: Sun Apr 19, 2015 1:04 pm
When she saw a group of race-baiting “Black Lives Matter” protesters disrespecting our flag, she took matters into her own hands.

She didn’t let up even when the cops got involved.

Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart was arrested in Georgia after an altercation in which she took a flag from Valdosta State University protesters who were stepping on it, the Valdosta Daily Times reported.

The protesters had taken turns walking on the flag, railing against “White people,” “racist America,” and “White Supremacy,” before tearing pieces off it in a disgusting display.

Video from the scene shows Manhart debating with the protesters as she clutches the tattered flag in her hands.

“This flag actually belongs to the entire United States,” Manhart asserts as the protesters argue that she stole their property.

Racist protesters berated police for supposedly going easy on Manhart as some kind of evidence of racism.

“Is that not theft?” a voice off-camera asks police. “If this had been in the hood you would’ve had a nigga in some handcuffs right now. Look at that white privilege.”

Police demand that both Manhart and one of the protesters let go of the flag, but a standoff develops — until the cops start tackling Manhart.

It takes four officers several minutes to handcuff Manhart and pry the flag from her fingers.

When asked why they don’t stand up for the flag, the cops don’t offer a response.


This shit really pisses me off...too many brave Americans have died for what that piece of material stands for...and no one should have the right to disgrace it.

Period !!!

PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 11:14 am
While Ms. Manhart was taken away in handcuffs, I understand no formal charges will be pressed.

Veterans groups are supposed to protest this action at Valdosta State University sometime this week...

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