Minnesota village final city legislature retreat preference on stealing Pledge of Allegiance
Residents of St. Louis Park, Minnesota criticism a city council’s unanimous preference to stop staying a Pledge of Allegiance during meetings.
Syndicated radio horde Joe “Pags” Pagliarulo voiced his awe Wednesday on “Fox Friends” over a Minnesota city legislature voting to stop reciting a Pledge of Allegiance before their meetings.
“The American flag, it’s over my shoulder, what’s wrong with that? It used to be bound in this nation that we desired a flag. Why is this an issue?” a Texas-based horde told Ainsley Earhardt and Griff Jenkins.
About 100 protesters — fluttering flags and chanting “U.S.A!” — showed up to a council’s assembly Monday night to make their voices heard.
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Despite a mayor of St. Louis Park reportedly observant a preference should be reversed, a legislature did not change course. The amendment to a council’s manners was characterized as an bid to offer a some-more “diverse community,” and a legislature voted 5-0 on Jun 17 to stop a pledge.
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St. Louis Park is a suburb of Minneapolis and is represented in Congress by Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar. Pagliarulo, horde of “The Joe Pags Show,” pronounced one of a largest radio stations where his uncover is syndicated is in that area of Minnesota.
“The people we hear from each singular day contend this isn’t Minnesota, this doesn’t paint us, this isn’t who we are, we’re dumbfounded this is happening. They’re always put on a map some reticent reason like this,” he said.
He pronounced Monday’s protests uncover how out of hold a legislature is with a people they’re representing.
“The people in that district have pronounced adequate is enough,” said Pagliarulo, expressing a wish that protesters will keep display adult until a legislature “undoes this reticent thing that they did.”
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Responding on “Fox Friends First” Wednesday, Minnesota GOP chairperson Jennifer Carnahan pronounced she attended a assembly Monday night and listened “disturbing” statements from a legislature members.
“One of a gentlemen, Tim Brausen, pronounced evidently Minnesotans are dissapoint since we are personification with their sacred traditions. So it was only this atmosphere of supremacy and really unfortunate all around,” she recalled.
Carnahan pronounced she hopes a legislature will see “the blunder of their ways” shortly and return a pledge.