University of California, Davis Student Senate Votes Against American Flag

The misguided students at the University of California – Davis has a student senate that thinks the Flag of the United States should be displayed only as an option. They obviously think that the flag is offensive to some people, so requiring it to be displayed is just wrong. They give no thought to that flag representing the very freedoms that allow their education. Add to that the disrespect that it shows to the members of the military who sacrificed to allow them their freedoms. The Social Justice Warriors will be the ruin of this nation.

As Written By Peter Van Voorhis for Campus Reform:

The University of California, Davis Student Senate voted last Thursday to strike a bylaw requiring the American flag to be displayed at meetings because “the concept of United States of America and patriotism is different for every individual.”

The University of California, Davis Student Senate voted last Thursday to strike a bylaw requiring the American flag to be displayed at meetings because “the concept of United States of America and patriotism is different for every individual.”

“It shall not be compulsory for the flag of the United State of America to be displayed at ASUCD Senate meetings,” states Senate Bill 76, introduced by Senator Jose Meneses.

“It should be at the discretion of the Senate whether presenting the flag is presently necessary,” the bill elaborates. “Considering that the flag is seldom present at Senate meetings, it should not be mandated by the Bylaws as a codified practice.”

Senator Michael Gofman, who opposed the bill, posted on Facebook that “the bill will remove the flag of the United States from Senate meetings,” calling it “a political statement” and encouraging those who “feel strongly” about the bill to voice their opinion to him…….

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UC-Davis student gov votes against American flag

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