Students arrive to school in a caravan of Old Glory in defiance of principal’s flag ban
In Franklin County, Virginia, we have some upstanding young Americans who would be getting a movie deal now if they hadn’t been standing up for Old Glory. That still just makes it cooler.
The woman said her son and two of his friends were told they could no longer fly American flags on their vehicles because it was “offensive” and “disruptive.”
That was Monday of last week.
And by golly, the students seem to have gotten their happy ending.
BTW21 reported the boy’s mother said “she received a call from the school principal Jon Crutchfield on that evening.”
“He has apologized to the boys and told them that it is not against the rules to fly their flag on their truck,” she said.
“Apparently, it was a big misunderstanding that should have never gotten this far.”