Is it becoming illegal to fly the American flag at your personal residence? That's what Duy Tran's landlord recently informed him.
Duy Tran placed an American flag off his apartment balcony, saying the flag "meant a lot to me" as it represented the sacrifice of many of his friends. But his landlord ordered him to take it down, saying the flag was “a threat to his Muslim community."
Thankfully, Tran refused to take the flag down until his landlord was able to prove that he wasn't allowed this patriotic right.
Sadly, this is not the first incident of its kind, according this recent post in a syndicated Chuck Norris column.
Norris is an avid patriot and obviously concerned about the direction of our country. He urges readers, "Don’t hesitate for a moment to place your hand over your heart and say loud and proud for all to hear: 'I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.'"
What do you think? Do you think landlords like Tran's should be able to order him to remove the American flag...in America? Please share your thoughts below!