This bureaucrat stepped in it big time when she disrespected our military
Recent national anthem protests by NFL players have emboldened America-haters.
Now government bureaucrats are resorting to every trick in the book to force patriotic Americans to give up their pride – or else.
But what this city inspector just did to one Florida business crossed a line.
Jaguar Power Sports in Jacksonville, FL has a rooftop display complete with two United States flags, flags representing each branch of the military, as well as a Jacksonville Jaguars flag.
This week, city inspector Melinda Power waltzed into the store and issued a written citation because she said the military flags flying on the roof were in violation of city code.
To top it off, the city inspector got into a fight with a customer who was a military veteran.
Jaguar Power Sports posted this video to its Facebook Page shortly after the events transpired:
***The original video has been pulled, but Jaguar Power Sports recently recorded this update:
Surveillance footage showed Melinda Power wagging her finger at the customer as she hurried out of the store.
Jacksonville is a heavily military town with the third largest military presence in the country.
After facing immediate backlash from citizens, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry was forced to issue an apology on Twitter.
Melinda Power and her supervisor have since been placed on leave pending a review of her actions.
The city code was changed so that Jaguar Power Sports can keep the military flags flying.