The ‘Old Glory Only Act’ would ban LGBT flags from flying at U.S. embassies

A U.S. flag and an LGBTQ Pride flag on the front facade of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow on June 25, 2020.Valery Sharifulin / TASS via Getty Images file

Do your sexual preferences require their own flag, to be flown over U.S. embassies in other countries?

Those of homosexuals and transgenders do.

That’s what Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is opposing with legislation that would ban U.S. embassies from flying the LGBTQ Pride flag, as was recently championed by newly confirmed Secretary of State Antony Blinken. In confirmation hearings, Blinken said he would reverse Trump administration ban on the rainbow flag “to outright show LGBTQ solidarity,” according to NBC.

Greene, a freshman Republican from Georgia and an outspoken conservative, has quickly become a big target for leftist politicians and government-allied Democrat activists who masquerade as “journalists.”

If passed, H.R. 85, the Old Glory Only Act, would require the secretary of state to ensure “that no United States diplomatic or consular post flies any flag other than the United States flag over such post.”

“The federal government should only be flying the flag that represents ALL people, the American flag,” Greene said. “We need to bring back pride in our country and raise the Star-Spangled Banner proudly. Old Glory represents our great American military and their sacrifices to ensure our freedom.”

In 2015, the Obama regime gave all embassies permission to fly homosexual flags in June, a practice ended by the Trump administration in 2019.

In June 2020, both Black Lives Matter and rainbow flags were raised over the U.S. Embassy in South Korea. They were quickly removed after complaints by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President Donald Trump, Bloomberg News reported.

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