Lawmaker questions gay pride flag flown from Federal Reserve Bank building

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The Richmond Federal Reserve is flying an agenda, and a homosexual one that flies in the face of traditional family values and against our Judeo-Christian foundation as a nation.

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Lawmaker questions gay pride flag flown from Federal Reserve Bank building

RICHMOND, VA (WTVR) – A gay pride flag flying above the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is creating a debate.

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The Richmond Federal Reserve says it plans to fly the flag through the month of June. President Obama issued a proclamation recognizing the LGBT community for the month of June.

Thursday, Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall (R – Manassas) wrote a letter to the bank’s president that read, “A flagpole in front of a federal building is not a commercial or political message board.”

The Federal Reserve System is a quasi-governmental body run by private companies, and protected by federal officers who are not officially civil servants.

Chesterfield pastor Bishop Gerald O. Glenn, says the bank should not be a forum for social issues.

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