Wednesday, January 9, 2019

POW Flag replaced with a transgender flag by Bob Jones, President Northeast POW/MIA Network

The POW flag was removed and in its place a transgender flag stands outside of Representative Jennifer Wexton's office in Washington on January 4, 2019.

The question is where is the POW flag?

Courtesy Photo/Office of Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton

A picture speaks a thousand words....this photo is from the Congresswoman’s and clearly shows that the POW flag is no longer there....please call and ask that it be returned to its rightful place.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.-10th) is displaying a transgender pride flag outside her Washington office.
The pink-, blue- and white-striped flag is displayed at the door to her office, along with the U.S. and Virginia flags.
In a statement, Wexton says she’s displaying the flag because she has family members and friends who are transgender. Chief of Staff Abigail Carter says Wexton is an aunt to a transgender person.
Wexton says she wants the transgender community to know they’re welcome. Since it went on display, Wexton says she’s received messages of support and appreciation from across the country.
Wexton is a former prosecutor who defeated Republican Rep. Barbara Comstock in November.
For those willing to contact our Congressional leaders on the issue of Rep. Jennifer Wexton and her removal of the POW Flag and replacing it with the transgender flag (…/congresswoman-displays-transgend…/) here is their contact info....

Rep. Jennifer Wexton:
U.S. Capitol Building at Twilight
Washington, DC Office
1217 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5136
New Hampshire
District Name Office Room
1st Pappas, Chris 323 CHOB
(202) 225-5456
2nd Kuster, Ann 320 CHOB
(202) 225-5206
Hassan, Margaret Wood - (D - NH) Class III
330 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3324
Shaheen, Jeanne - (D - NH) Class II
506 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-2841