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Nov 21 2023

Jubilant Argentines Wave Gadsden Flag

I haven’t felt this proud to be American since before Biden’s handlers took power. To celebrate the election of the countermoonbat Javier Milei and the overthrow of socialism, Argentines are flying the Gadsden Flag:

“Without a doubt, we are partying tonight,” the president-elect of Argentina, Javier Milei, promised his supporters after winning the nation’s presidency on Sunday night – sending thousands to flood the streets of Buenos Aires chanting “Freedom!” and waving Gadsden flags.

Nothing could be more quintessentially American.

Patriot Wood has background on the flag. In 1775,

To accompany the Navy on their first mission, Congress also authorized the mustering of five companies of Marines. Some of the Marines that enlisted that month in Philadelphia were carrying drums painted yellow, emblazoned with a fierce rattlesnake, coiled and ready to strike, with thirteen rattles, and sporting the motto “Don’t Tread on Me.”

The flag was designed by the great patriot Christopher Gadsden, known as the “Sam Adams of the South,” with assistance from his friend Benjamin Franklin, who left notes on the flag’s patriotic symbolism:

• The Rattlesnake is found in no other quarter of the world besides America

• The rattlesnake also has sharp eyes, and “may therefore be esteemed an emblem of vigilance”

• She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage

• The rattle = the number of the Colonies united in America

How wonderful to see American heritage exercising a beneficial impact on the world, and to see other countries inspired by it to carry forward the fight against tyranny waged by our forefathers.

Closer to home, the Gadsden Flag is now denounced as “racist” by our leftist ruling class. A few months ago, a boy was not allowed into a Colorado Springs school because he had a Gadsden Flag patch on his backpack. The fight against tyranny is never over.


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