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San Francisco Quietly Removes 'Appeal to Heaven' Flag Over the Weekend


As you all know, last week's news cycle was all about Justice Samuel Alito, and about how people had seen an "Appeal to Heaven" flag flying over his beach house two years ago. Rolling Stone, which is now trying to smear Justice Amy Coney Barrett's husband for having a job, tried to warn us last November about the symbol of insurrection flying outside Speaker Mike Johnson's office. "To understand the contemporary meaning of the Appeal to Heaven flag, it’s necessary to enter a world of Christian extremism animated by modern-day apostles, prophets, and apocalyptic visions of Christian triumph that was central to the chaos and violence of Jan. 6," Rolling Stone wrote.


The good news is that Alito has written back to Congress and told them he's not going to recuse himself from any January 6 cases that might come before the court. Not over a flag.

Huh. Why was San Francisco City Hall flying a symbol of insurrection anyway?


They canceled reruns of "The Dukes of Hazard" because of the Confederate flag on the car's roof, but HBO put an Appeal to Heaven flag in its movie about John Adams — a movie shot after the "insurrection."

What we want to know is who made the decision to take the flag down. Maybe they could explain why something so controversial was flying for decades in front of city hall.


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