When Firefighters Flew Flag to HONOR Police, This Immediately Happened

These firefighters couldn’t believe the response that they received for flying a flag that supported their fellow civil servants, police officers. Do you think that this is WRONG?

A group of firefighters in Riverside County, California wanted to honor police officers killed in Baton Rouge and Dallas.

So firefighter Eric Hille decided to display a pro-police flag on one of the fire engines at Sunnymead Ranch Station 48.

You’ve probably seen the flag — it’s black and white with a  blue stripe through the middle — symbolizing the “thin blue line.”

He posted the flag on July 17 — just a few hours after a gunman attacked officers in Baton Rouge, killing three.

“We just wanted to show our support for law enforcement,” Mr. Hille told me. “We wanted them to know that we stand shoulder to shoulder in solidarity with them.”

Police officers appreciated the goodwill gesture — but some people did not.

The following day the fire chief sent an email to the firefighters — telling them the flag had to come down.

Read more: Fox News

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