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Veterans And Truckers Say NO WAY To Truck Stop After They Said NO FLAGS…

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It’s never a good idea to try to give your business to companies that wouldn’t pour a glass of water on you if you were on fire. There are a lot of companies out there that quite sadly, don’t give a hoot about patriotism or the veterans that have given them the ability to run their business like a buffoon.

If there is anything that can be certain in the United States of America there is nothing that speaks louder than the dollar and how it is used….or not used.

Over the past few months, millions of Americans have expressed their outrage over professional football players kneeling during the national anthem. Now, that outrage is turning into action.

A number of truck drivers, veterans and everyday Americans are threatening to boycott the gas station chain Pilot Flying J over the actions of the owner — who also owns the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, as well as the actions of one store manager in Kentucky.

Several weeks ago, according to WSAZ,  a group of veterans rolled up to a Flying J in the Bluegrass State and put up flags to welcome a rolling Vietnam Memorial. The manager of that particular store then came out and told the vets they weren’t allowed to fly the flags.

In a statement, Pilot Flying J claimed the flags are not allowed to fly for safety reasons.

“Pilot Flying J proudly welcomes the American flag at all our locations. After looking into the concern at our store #660, located at 15236 State Route 180, Catlettsburg, KY, we found that the concerns were not with the flags themselves but with the safety of where they were placed as we need to make sure they don’t block the lines of sight of drivers pulling into our locations,” read a statement by the company.

As if that particular controversy wasn’t enough, another group of patriots are calling for a boycott of all Pilot Flying J locations because of the on-field protests of Pilot Flying J owner Jimmy Haslam’s Browns football players.

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