American Flag Collapses as Democrat Speaks

While Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez was speaking with the his fellow liberal, Joy Reid, at MSNBC, when something happened that perfectly encapsulated everything that is true about today’s Democrat Party.

As Perez was speaking an oversized American flag could be seen (and then heard) collapsing in the background.

Interestingly enough, this display occurred on the same night that Perez and the DNC were roundly booed by their own constituents… at a “Unity Rally.”

If that wasn’t the perfect picture of the failure that is today’s Democrat Party, i’m not sure what is.

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Under 8 years of Barack Obama’s “leadership” the Democrat Party managed to wreck the ship of state, bankrupt our nation, devalue our currency, make us look foolish before our allies, weak before our enemies, and incompetent before the entire world. Thankfully, voters recognized the idiocy that is the Democrat Party and quickly purged the liberals from the House, then the Senate, and finally the Executive Branch. While the American flag may have fallen low under Democrat guidance, perhaps, with hard work and intelligent leadership… we can ‘right the ship’ and hoist the flag proudly again.

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