Georgetown Professor Compares The Betsy Ross American Flag To The Swastika (VIDEO)

Michael Eric Dyson is a far left professor at Georgetown University. He recently appeared on MSNBC to jump on the ridiculous flap over the Betsy Ross American flag.

He actually compared it to a swastika and other racist symbols.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

MSNBC Guest Compares Betsy Ross Flag to Swastika, Burning Cross

MSNBC guest Michael Eric Dyson compared the Betsy Ross American flag to the Nazi swastika and a burning Ku Klux Klan cross during an appearance Wednesday…

Dyson, a Georgetown University professor who frequently comments on racial issues from a left-wing perspective, defended the cancellation, citing its connection to the revolutionary period and that it was “deeply embroiled in enslavement.”

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MSNBC anchor Hallie Jackson asked Dyson to address the argument that Nike’s decision to pull the shoes was “PC culture run amok.”

“Words matter. Symbols matter, too,” Dyson said. “Why don’t we wear a swastika for July 4th? Because, I don’t know, it makes a difference. The cross burning on somebody’s lawn. Why don’t we just have a Nike celebration of the cross—those symbols are symbols of hate. So we can take PC culture back.”

Watch the video:

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Apparently, no one told Dyson that the same flag was present at Obama’s second inauguration:

Lots of people have been posting the Betsy Ross flag for the 4th in response to all of this:

Love it!


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