Lawless DC Mayor Who Turned Down National Guard on Jan 6th – Adds 51st Star to US Flags Displayed on Pennsylvania Avenue in Run-Up to Flag Day

Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser

Kash Patel, the Former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Defense, joined The Epoch Times in July 2021, for an interview on the security planning and protests on Jan. 6 at the US Capitol in Washington DC.

During his interview, Kash admitted that Mayor Muriel Bowser turned down thousands of National Guard troops at the Capitol on January 6 for political reasons.

Chris Wray’s FBI also refused to notify the Trump administration and his cabinet secretaries that they believed there could be a situation like the mass protests at the Capitol that took place.

Nancy Pelosi also refused the National Guard at the US Capitol due to politics.

What did Wray, Bowser and Pelosi know — And when did they know it?

We now know that Chris Wray’s FBI infiltrated the Trump rally and caused violence and mayhem at the US Capitol.

They were all at fault and in on it.

Now DC Mayor Bowser is planning to abuse national tradition this week by posting 51 star flags in the nation’s capitol for Flag Day.

Nothing is sacred to these leftists when politics are involved.

FOX News reported:

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Monday ordered 51-star American flags to be displayed along Pennsylvania Avenue ahead of Flag Day, June 14.

The mayor said she directed her team to hang the 51-star flags “as a reminder to Congress and the nation that the 700,000 tax-paying American citizens living in Washington, D.C. demand to be recognized.

“On Flag Day, we celebrate American ideals, American history, and American liberty. But the very foundation of those ideals, and the basis for our liberty, is representation,” Mayor Bowser said in a statement. “DC’s disenfranchisement is a stain on American democracy – a 220-year-old wrong that demands to be righted.”

The stars on the American flag represent the 50 states, the last of which, Hawaii, was admitted on August 21, 1959. The American flag’s 50-star design became official on July 4, 1960.

The notion of D.C. statehood remains a contentious issue among lawmakers. D.C. has a population of more than 700,000 residents – greater than the states of Wyoming or Vermont – but the residents don’t have a voting member in the House and have no representation in the Senate. Nor does the district have control over its own local affairs. However, D.C. pays more in federal taxes than 21 states and more capital than any state, according to the 2019 IRS data book.


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