Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Liberals across the country have been rejoicing ever since the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage last week. In the liberal Mecca that is Hollywood, it’s risky to criticize gay marriage activists in any way, especially since the ruling.

Despite the risk to her career, Jennifer Aniston could not stay silent when she noticed that a group of gay rights activists were disrespecting military veterans by changing an iconic photo.

The photo of U.S. soldiers raising the flag at Iwo Jima’s Mount Suribachi during World War II is one of the most iconic images of American history.


After the ruling, some gay rights activists changed the image to feature four men (presumably gay) raising the LGBTQ flag.


The new image quickly went viral, and Jennifer Aniston was livid.

“Now I have nothing against people who are into same sex partnerships. However, what I do have a problem with is this F**KING picture,” Aniston wrote on social media, according to Conservative Tribune. “How dare you compare your political struggle to what the Marines & Navy Corpsmen went through on Iwo Jima.”

“I get the whole meaning of you winning the ‘Uphill Battle,’ but this is tasteless, offensive and disrespectful to those who gave their lives on that hill,” she added. “You should be ashamed of yourselves for being hypocritical of those you claim offend your flag.”

Aniston has since been slammed by liberals for being “homophobic,” but we think she hit the nail on the head with this.

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