Earlier this week some of the brothers at Valdosta State University demonstrated against racism.
And the protest worked.
“I did not want anything like this, but I got a call from a student who told me that the flag was on the ground, and they were walking on it,” said Manhart. “I was just going over there to pick up the flag off the ground. I don’t know what their cause is, but I went to pick it up because it doesn’t deserve to be on the ground.”
Armed forces veteran Michelle Manhart could not bear to see the American flag on the ground. Such a sacred object should never be sullied with shoeprints or dirt. So she drove over to Valdosta, to the demonstration, and she snatched it up. Michelle was then immediately confronted by the school punks: “That’s not yours.” But she had an answer:
“Actually it is. Actually it is. Anytime it’s been torn or ripped it needs to be properly disposed of. This actually belongs to [hand circles] the entire United States…”
…and so the policemen stepped in and wrestled Michelle to the ground with much screaming, and the $19.99 universal birthright of all that is precious and liberty was returned to the brothers. Now Michelle’s Facefight page has gotten 3,754,662 views, and conservatives everywhere are shouting about constitutional violations vis-a-vis American flags touching the grimy earth.
So let’s all say “nice going” to patriotic Staff Sergeant Manhart. You’ve come a long way since 2007, when you were drummed out of the Air Force for doing this: