TICKED OFF Sheriff Goes VIRAL After Erecting MASSIVE Highway Sign About NFL Crybabies

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The debate over the National Anthem has reached just about every corner of America, and one sheriff decided to let everyone know exactly where his department stands on the issue.

Bedford County Sheriff Mike Brown used to be a fan of the Washington Redskins. But he, like many others, decided he had enough when he saw his favorite team on its knees during the playing of the Anthem, so he decided to do something about it.

“I applaud demonstrating for social justice, that’s great, but do it some other way than disrespecting our great country, and this flag,” Sheriff Brown said.

WSET reported that Brown, using his own money, erected a massive sign along Route 460 in Virginia as you enter his county. It states, “Law enforcement stands and places hand over heart for National Anthem! We kneel when we pray!”


Check it out:

The billboard sits on Route 460 near the Bedford County entrance from Lynchburg and you can read what it says; “Law enforcement stands and places hand over heart for National Anthem! We kneel when we pray!” (Photo: WSET)

When the news station spoke with Brown, he told them he felt as if he personally needed to do something.

“It’s the greatest country in the world, it’s been that way because of our military, and our law enforcement,” he said.

The best part about the sign is the county’s residents are more than happy to see it along the road.

“It shows respect for our country and the freedoms that we have, everything is related to that flag,” said Jeff Scott, who also chooses his country over whiny NFL players.

Brown is a military veteran, and he issued a call to action for other communities across the country.

“I am respectfully requesting other persons that may have an interest in our Grand Old Flag, our country, our military, and our law enforcement profession organize some type of ‘like’ activity in their community,” he wrote on Facebook.

Sheriff Brown also said he’s having bumper stickers made to place on his department’s cruisers, and he said he’ll hand them out to any other police chief or sheriff who requests them, while his supplies last.

The First Amendment sure is a beautiful thing, isn’t it?

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