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Donald Trump wants to jail anyone who burns the American flag and revoke their citizenship.

“Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag — if they do, there must be consequences — perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!” Trump tweeted.

Of course liberals are furious at Trump and want to protect flag burners from prosecution.

Despite the liberal outrage over Trump's call for outlawing flag burning there is one thing that the liberal media don't want to acknowledge. Their own Loser-In-Chief, Hillary Clinton, called for the same thing back in 2005 but apparently that was just fine. Now that Trump is the one demanding that flag burners be held accountable by law he's the bad guy.

The Flag Protection Act of 1989 was supported at the time by President George H.W. Bush, before it was ruled unconstitutional, and the Flag Protection Act of 2005, another failed attempt to criminalize flag burning, was co-sponsored by then-Sen. Hillary Clinton.

From Fox 31:

The Supreme Court has twice affirmed the right to desecrate the American flag as a form of free speech — a historically contentious issue — in cases before the high court in 1989 and 1990.

In the 1989 case “Texas v. Johnson,” the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that flag burning was a form of “symbolic speech” protected by the First Amendment.

The ruling came after an appeal from Gregory Johnson, who had been convicted by a Texas court of violating a state law that prohibited the “desecration of a venerated object” such as the U.S. flag.

The next year, in “United States v. Eichman,” the top court again affirmed the right to burn the flag when it ruled 5-4 that the Flag Protection Act of 1989 — passed by Congress in response to the Johnson decision — was unconstitutional.

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