Army VETERAN Told Not To Fly Flag At Baseball Game- Check Out What Happens NEXT

Army Veteran Told To Take Down American Flag at Braves Tailgate…

Huny Badger AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Adam Mourdock was told by a parking attendant that flying an American flag was against team policy. When he asked to see a supervisor, she told him she was the supervisor.

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A veteran wants an explanation as to why he was told he couldn’t fly an American flag during a tailgate before an Atlanta Braves game Monday night.

“My whole life, it’s been our country, our family and the Braves. I fly a flag, an American flag directly above an Atlanta Braves flag at all home games.

“She said you need to take it down. It’s against the policy. There was no explanation, there was no policy in writing other than today that flag needs to come down.”

The Braves apparently don’t have a policy that says fans can’t fly flags, which makes you wonder what this parking attendant was thinking.

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“I’m an Army veteran, I fought for the right for Americans to fly their flags, and for someone to tell you you can’t fly it at a baseball game, that’s not the right place”

While the incident was clearly jarring for Mourdock, he added that he thought the Braves organization as a whole had been great to veterans:

“They treat vets with the (utmost) respect. The way they treat people who have served our country is top notch. To be treated that way by one of their employees is not only offsetting, but it was disappointing.”

The Braves organization did apologize and admitted they do not have such a policy and has encouraged the Army Vet to fly the American Flag from here on out.

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“Pretty confused as to why the American flag had to be taken down from my friends’ tailgate. & any answers?”

Mourdock, an Army veteran met his wife more than eight years ago, they’ve been married for six years, have two kids and are season ticket holders. They were tailgating in Braves Lot 29 North at SunTrust Park before Monday’s game when the incident occurred.

Makes a person question, just what did the “supervisor” have against the American Flag?

Watch the report from Fox News!

God Bless.

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