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Ever Wonder Why Some American Flags Have Blue Stripes Through Them? Here’s Why.

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Lately, many in this country have chose to showcase black and white American flags with a blue stripe in the middle. You might be wondering what these flags mean, well don’t worry they actually have a pretty patriotic meaning behind them.

 

The flags are meant to show support for the #bluelivesmatter movement, which is a movement meant to show support for the fallen Dallas police offices.

 

Check out some of the flags below.

 

Engine 822, salute to their fallen first responder family. Flying the "thin blue line" flag.

 

— RuralMetroCorp (@RuralMetroCAZ)

 

My pal and world best flag artist
paints Thin Blue Line Flag

 

— The E Man (@DETECTIVE4LIFE)

 

If you're interested in the thin blue line flag pin I wore on O'Reilly, it's available here

 

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich)

 

To some, that blue line on the flag is just that, a blue line. But to others, that line is a family crest.

 

— MarT (@LoehrMarty)

 

We now have "The Thin Blue Line" flag honoring law enforcement flying under Old Glory at our hours. How about you.

 

— d c Dan lee (@danlee193823)

 

 

This is the kind of spirit that this country needs in the wake of the horrific Dallas shooting.

 

The post Ever Wonder Why Some American Flags Have Blue Stripes Through Them? Here’s Why. appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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