There has been an unspoken criticism floating around the American socio-political landscape for some time now, and I believe that it must be addressed: Namely, these radical leftists are getting lazy in their “resistance”.
And it’s not just that they are getting lazy…They are just lumping together all of their liberal angst into one smothering, blob-like hatred for America that it becomes hard to tell if they are capable of loving anything at all. They just lump together all of the conservative things that they are mad about, and then interchange the symbols and causes until the entire nation is too confused to even ask them what they’re doing.
So we just let them go do their thing, for the most part, checking in every now and again when things go a little overboard.
So, now, in the world of this anger-clouded logic, being treated unjust due to the color of your skin should be protested by refusing to respect a song about the American revolutionary war. If you’re angry about enforcing the law on the border, you’re supposed to chase the Women of the Trump administration out of restaurants.
Or, if you don’t like the President that was chosen by We The People, apparently you should desecrate an American flag.
Patriots in the Heartland are furious after the University of Kansas raised a defaced American flag on campus. And it was intentional.
The flag, defaced with what looks like black paints and the incongruous image of a sock, is part of an art installation hosted by the Spencer Museum of Art called, “Pledges of Allegiance.”
One of my readers passed along photos of the red, white, blue and black flag flapping in the breeze. And like any right-thinking, red-blooded American patriot he was enraged.“I’m ashamed to be a Jayhawk,” he told me. “Wake up, America.”
The defaced and desecrated flag is the work of Josephine Meckseper, according to Creative Time, a public arts organization.
“The flag is a collage of an American flag and one of my dripped paintings which resembles the contours of the United States,” Meckseper said in a post on Creative Time’s website. “I divided the shape of the country in two for the flag design to reflect a deeply polarized country in which a president has openly bragged about harassing women and is withdrawing from the Kyoto protocol and UN Human Rights Council.”