by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News
It’s a shirt that this Marine veteran of three combat tours says he wears “everywhere” – his way of showing his “patriotism and pride” in his military service. He says it merely defends rights his comrades “fought and died for”.
But it got him tossed out of a resort park in New Jersey yesterday.
News 12 New Jersey reports on the T-shirt deemed “too offensive” for him to enter a Six Flags amusement park on Saturday.
What do you think? Was his shirt too “extreme” for the park, or did Six Flags step way over the line in harassing this veteran.