Fox News contributor Joey Jones sounded off Thursday after The New York Times printed potential redesigns of the American flag. On “Fox & Friends,” Jones stated the proposed designs had been supposed as a “deflect maneuver” to divert Americans’ consideration away from critical points and modifications being made in faculties and within the authorities. 

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JOEY JONES: They’re going to assault every thing concerning the material of this nation, and so they’re definitely going to assault every thing that makes us unify round who we’re in our social imaginary, our nationwide id, as a result of they need to change that. And if they will shift that dialog to one thing arbitrary of their minds, like a flag, then we can’t take note of the precise modifications they’re making in our faculties and the way we permit the federal government to inform us what to do with our our bodies and issues of that nature. 

This is a deflect maneuver. And no, we have a flag. I really like our flag. And do not you attempt to change it. 

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