Jacksonville Veteran Insulted By City Inspector Over Military Flags On Top Of Store

 

The following video highlights two issues: 1) Stupid (and Unconstitutional) laws. 2) Arrogant bureaucrats.

A business in Jacksonville, Florida, had many flags flying on the roof of their store, including: 2 American Flags, a Jacksonville Jaguars (football team) flag and a flag for each military service.

A zoning code enforcement officer cited the business for violating the city’s codes. It prohibits flying flags other than US flags, it seems, She was very insulting to a customer of the store, a veteran. Too often, bureaucrats are full of themselves and forget that they are given their positions to serve the public, not to rule over them.

Comments

  1. SheepDog 18 April, 2018, 09:44

    Good on the Mayor. Now he needs to reassign that employee to sewage systems inspection…

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  2. Omar 18 April, 2018, 14:34

    Once more you “patriots” jump to decisions before the entire set of facts are known…You guyz do it to police, firefighters and now city employees…Aren’t you people supposed to believe in the” innocent until proven guilty” concept.. Epic Fail on your knowledge or belief in a system “I” fought for.

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  3. contact1 19 April, 2018, 11:05

    Yesterday I was on the soapbox and when I got to this story, I started to say, “My God, the way we treat our vets” and couldn’t finish the sentence. Got choked up, and I’m not sure if it was that I was ready to cry or ready to fight.

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