WOW! Dartmouth College Gets Surprise Visit From Rolling Thunder When Student Announces Plan To Burn Flag

Image result for rolling thunder dartmouthWarning for college students who publicly suggest they’ll host an event to discuss “what burning an American flag might achieve,” and then burn a flag if they feel like it:

Don’t be surprised if a bunch of veterans on motorcycles shows up.

Dartmouth College student Timothy Messen wrote a blistering columnThursday that said without evidence that President Donald Trump’s November election victory was followed by “an increase in sexual and racial violence.”

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Citing Trump’s past suggestion that flag burning be made a crime – which is not going to happen – Messen told his readers that “the best way to defend our rights is to exercise them.” He invited everyone to a possibleflag-burning on campus Friday to coincide with Trump’s inauguration.

Whoops. The Dartmouth reports:

Members of Rolling Thunder New Hampshire Chapter 2, a Claremont-based branch of Rolling Thunder arrived at the middle of the Green prior to the student demonstration. …

“We had heard a rumor from somewhere that someone was going to be up here protesting, burning flags,” said Jim Campbell, a member of Rolling Thunder New Hampshire Chapter 2. “So we put some emails out, some texts, and got a bunch of guys to come up and brought up our flags to show our support for not burning the flag.”

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... Dartmouth College student Timothy Messen wrote a blistering column Thursday that said without evidence that President Donald Trump’s November election victory was followed by “an increase in sexual and racial violence.” ...

... Citing Trump’s past suggestion that flag burning be made a crime – which is not going to happen – Messen told his readers that “the best way to defend our rights is to exercise them.” He invited everyone to a possible flag-burning on campus Friday to coincide with Trump’s inauguration. ...

Liberals always have an excuse for their actions even if the facts do not match their narrative. 

 

maybe only the motor cycle guys have balls

This is great.  Patriots every one.

timothy messen's parents forgot to use birth control

The problem is we have a bunch of stupid, yes stupid, kids that really think flag burning says something. It doesn't. You can burn all the flags you want and it will not accomplish nothing. If you are really that bent on hating someone because you were told on fake news that Trump is bad but have no clue because you can't think for yourself, take your sissy ass to DC, climb WH fence, scale the WH walls and burn that flag and see what your rights will get you.

These idiots can burn our flag, they can't burn our spirit and if I see one burn my flag they'll never burn another. I promise.

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