Patriotic University of Missouri students burned an ISIS flag on campus as other students chanted: “USA, USA, USA!” Patriotism and anti-terrorism is a good thing – maybe this’ll catch on and start a trend across America.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Chants of “USA! USA! USA!” echoed across the University of Missouri quad Thursday afternoon as a crowd of students cheered on a student who burned an ISIS flag in a symbolic gesture in response to continual human rights violations by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
The student leading the “#MUCKISIS” flag burning, Ian Paris, 21, president of the Mizzou chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, told the roughly 150 in attendance that the rally was meant to build unity among the people who came to see a flag symbolizing “hatred and intolerance” burned:
— Kaley Annabel (@KaleyJohnson6) October 8, 2015
It was meant to demonstrate to the “monsters” within ISIS that Americans are not afraid, the political science major said.
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