On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton praised 11-year-old Mariana Taylor for fighting for her right to protest the pledge of allegiance.
“Keep up the good work,” Hillary said enthusiastically.
The Democrats only defend 1st Amendment rights when it serves their anti-American agenda.
“It takes courage to exercise your right to protest injustice, especially when you’re 11! Keep up the good work Mariana,” Hillary tweeted.
It takes courage to exercise your right to protest injustice, especially when you’re 11! Keep up the good work Mariana. https://t.co/vnGheuWyJ0
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 15, 2018
11-year-old Catonsville Middle School student Mariana Taylor was reprimanded by her 6th grade teacher after she ‘took a knee’ during the pledge of allegiance, however; she was not punished.
The Washington Post reported back in May that Mariana Taylor felt compelled to protest the pledge of allegiance because she has “strong beliefs about racial injustice, sexism, gay rights and President Trump’s proposed wall at the Mexico border.”
Mariana said it’s in her rights that she’s allowed to kneel.
‘It is in my rights that I am allowed to kneel.’ — Mariana Taylor, 11, was disciplined by her teacher for kneeling in protest during the Pledge of Allegiance pic.twitter.com/up4PoHAmtS
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) August 13, 2018
Judge Jeanine BLASTED Hillary for praising the girl for protesting the pledge of allegiance. “It’s despicable,” Judge Pirro said speaking to Lou Dobbs Wednesday evening.
#RespectAmerica– @JudgeJeanine: It is very damaging for Cuomo & Hillary to not respect our flag or anthem. It’s a despicable move toward the Left, to socialism. Keep moving ladies & gentlemen because you’re going to move right off the political spectrum. #MAGA #TrumpTrain #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/ztjMmOniGT
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) August 15, 2018
Some of the reaction from Trump supporters…
Thank God you're not President.
— KellySaveAmerica (@heaandbooks) August 15, 2018
And this is why I'm thankful that you are not our president! #MAGA
— MαrkÿMαrk (@xMarkyMarkKS) August 15, 2018