VFW Post Hit By Vandals, American Flag Desecrated
Someone cut down the flagpole outside the VFW post in Paramus, New Jersey. The vandals left the American flag and a POW-MIA flag crumpled on the sidewalk.
The Paramus Police Department says they are still searching for whoever caused the damage.
The Paramus Police Department is investigating a property damage and attempted theft incident that occurred at the Paramus VFW building overnight. Unknown person(s) cut down the flag pole which had the American and POW flags flying on it. VFW members Sonny Schuler and Skip Cherven secured the flags in proper manner after the damage was found. Please contact the Paramus Police Department Detective Bureau at (201)262-3400 with any information.Paramus Police
VFW member Rich Lambert told News 12 New Jersey the building has been targeted by other acts of vandalism.
“Disheartening, absolutely disheartening. We’re upset because we keep getting hit with some vandalism along the road,” Lambert said.
I’m not surprised that anti-American thugs would attack a VFW Post.
For at least a generation public schools have been teaching young people to hate our nation, to despise ideas like life and liberty.
It’s time to push back hard against those who would attack our veterans and desecrate our beloved flag.
Perhaps those responsible should face their punishment literally in the public square.
Meantime, the Paramus incident should also serve as a reminder that until we clean out the infestation of anti-American propaganda in our public school classrooms, this sort of behavior will continue.