NATIONAL ANTHEM BANNED AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL?

by Todd Starnes

A group of high school students attending a conservative leadership conference in Washington, D.C. said they were ordered by a security guard to stop singing the national anthem during a June 25 visit to the Lincoln Memorial.

“They told them to stop singing,” said Evan Gassman, a spokesman for the Young America’s Foundation. “I was taken aback. You wouldn’t expect a display of national patriotism to be censored.”

U.S. Park Police confirmed that the students were in violation of federal law and their impromptu performance constituted a demonstration in an area that must remain “completely content neutral.”

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2 Responses to “NATIONAL ANTHEM BANNED AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL?”

  1. The Park Service should have a grand time at the Arch on 9-12. Maybe we need to sing patriotic songs the whole 5 hours.

    • I’ll be there and so will my singing voice! I also be in Washington, DC on 8/28 and I’ll be singing there as well.!

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