Gay Pride Flag Being Flown at the Richmond Federal Reserve Causes Uproar

Objections fly with rainbow flag

 

President Obama has declared June “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month” — and to the dismay of a pro-family group based in Richmond, Virginia, the Federal Reserve Bank is joining in the celebration. 

Though The Family Foundation‘s new office in Richmond has a beautiful view of the state capitol and the flags, the rainbow flag fluttering from the flagpole outside the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is also in view. Foundation president Victoria Cobb does not expect it to fly away any time soon.

 

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“Our expectation is it’ll be flying all month,” she predicts. “We think the Federal Reserve ought to be focused on the economy rather than focusing on special rights.”

The Federal Reserve is a private operation and is not government run, but Cobb points out that it is simply following the nation’s leadership in promoting a lifestyle that involves less than two percent of the population. 

Meanwhile, the Mississippi-based American Family Association has received a complaint from a Federal Reserve employee who objects to the flag and what it represents. In reference to the “gay pride” flag flying just below the American flag, the employee wrote in an email: “For the past five or six years, the homosexual agenda has been pushed down our throats. [The bank president and vice president] have initiated this agenda. This offends me as a Christian.”

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