But there's one way to clear up the confusion: exempt the American flag.
Please call Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft at 702-769-9225 and ask him to exempt the American flag and any ordinance that bans any sticks, poles, or anything attached to it.
If Michael Naft really believes that the American flag has not been banned, he will have no problem introducing the following language into the ordinance that was amended in June 2020: "... an American flag may be waved in any way, using any reasonable or typical method to support the waving of a flag of any size, at any rally or gathering, regardless of any language that appears elsewhere in this tex"
Call Michael Naft at 702-769-9225 and ask him to insert that into the ordinance so that he can make the American flag legal without question.
Here are some facts:
Fact # 1:
An ordinance that was amended in June 2020 does forbid any sticks or poles that could accommodate a large American flag at a rally for Veterans, a rally for Memorial Day, or even a rally for a soldier returning from war.
Fact # 2:
Commissioner Michael Naft is a liberal activist. He loves the mask mandate and he has been appointed - not elected - to his position. His first election is this November where he will attempt to get votes for the job he did not earn.
Did you earn your job or did someone powerful give it to you? Keep that in mind in November.
Fact # 3:
The ordinance that bans the waving of a large American flag is carefully crafted to mislead you into believing it has nothing to do with the American flag. If you believe that then you might believe that the mask is designed to protect you from the flu.
Fact # 4:
The First Amendment to the constitution protects peaceful assembly. Should an organization with a history of violence show up with sticks of any size or weapons of any kind, they are not protected. Their presence is an assault and police may take corrective action; therefore, any rule to ban flagpoles is not required to protect police.
- No Mask Nevada PAC
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