Citizens are Being Ordered to Remove Patriotic Flags and Now Police Flags from Outside of Their Homes.
Texas homeowner, Rodney Ivester, received a warning from Oakmont Country Club Estates’ property owner’s association demanding that he remove a pro-law enforcement flag from outside of his home, Fox News reports.
A neighbor who was unhappy with the pro-police flag complained and demanded it be taken down. The homeowners association wrote Ivester in large bold print warning him about the violation of standards.
“No noxious or offensive activity shall be undertaken on the property, and nothing shall be done which is or may become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.”
Rodney expressed to Fox news that the flag was his way of honoring fallen police officers who were targeted last July.
“I love my country and I wanted to show my support for law enforcement and military personnel,” he claimed. “I put the flag up so that I can honor the fallen officers and support those that are in the heat of the battle.”
Ivester is not alone in flag drama. Connor Kimzey recently received a notice demanding that he immediately take down his American flag outside of his Springfield apartment complex and may even face eviction for not complying, KY3 reports.
However the ordinance doesn’t list or even mention the flag as a violation.
“Clothes, sheets, blankets, covers or any other items to the similar or dissimilar,” Kimzey said, reading the letter.
“It’s my right, I feel, to fly the American Flag, and for whatever reason they decided to target me and the American Flag,” Kimsey said on KY3.
Rodney shared similar sentiment telling Fox news, “They stepped on my rights as a U.S. citizen and patriot.”
The home owner believes that “this is an attempt to suppress my First Amendment rights while simultaneously disrespecting America and the police.”
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