Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Rep. Jennifer Wexton removes POW Flag and replaces it with a Transgender Banner

I have been told that outside of Congressional Offices in DC. The American Flag, Their State Flag And the Pow/MIA Flags are displayed.
It has been noted in recent articles that the a Newly elected Congresswoman Rep. Jennifer Wexton, from the 10 th District Of VA has chosen to remove the POW/MIA Flag and replace it with a Transgender Banner.
Would one of Our Federal Reps check on this and Point her in the right direction!
The POW flag replaced by the transgender flag....the Northeast POW/MIA Network believes even one day without this flag is one day too many.
“The public should be aware that they still are not home,”
The Veteran Community of NH and in fact Country would appreciate it! Replace the POW/MIA Flags before this gets blown Way out of proportion! Like Now!
Thank You..Semper Fi
Bob "Doc" Jones
Northeast POW/MIA Network 
Meredith, NH

Bible Remove from Missing Man Table at Manchester VA

 A few months back a few Veterans, yes, Vietnam Veterans with the assistance of Blue Star Family Members, Northeast POW/MIA Network and VA Representatives worked together on an effort to place a ‘“POW/MIA Missing Man Table”  in the lobby at the Manchester VA.

 It was a Great Ceremony with Director Al Montoya as guest speaker, many Veteran Organization Leaders, several WWII POWs and Senator Maggie Hassan whom I had the honor of sitting with. That Day Rolling Thunder NH1 raised a new POW/MIA Flag.

There is a Bible that is placed on every Missing Man Table. The one placed that day belonged to a 95 year old WWII POW who was one of the 5 that was able to make it with us that day. Beautiful Ceremony, to saw the Least.

Now, because of ‘few’ complaints the Bible has been removed from that table, "until the legal department can check out responsibility". They are not willing to just leaving the Bible until the facts are checked out!

That Missing Man table represents ALL Veterans, ALL Religions. The fact that the Bible is on the table is just part of the setting and SHOULD NOT and WILL NOT Be Removed.

This is the State of  "Live Free Or Die"! Veterans in This State I don’t believe care what Federal Regs might say! If 99% say it’s fine and 1 % don’t like it...Sorry! Time for Veterans to stand as one!! Here and at VA it stops !! 

The Bible of 95 year Old Veteran, WW2 Veteran STAYS! You don’t like it, State your name and say so.

Bob Jones
President Northeast POW/ MIA Network
Meredith, NH

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…/) How to contact your Representatives: 

Members of the U.S. Congress
  • U.S. Senators—Get contact information for your Senators in the U.S. Senate.
  • U.S. Representatives—Find the website and contact information for your Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Bob "Doc" Jones
Northeast POW/MIA Network 
Meredith, NH