Marcus Lemonis, CEO and chairman of Camping World, said he’d rather go to jail than yield to city officials trying to get him to reduce the size of an American flag flying on his property herunterladen.

City officials in Statesville, North Carolina, began fining the company $50/day retroactive back to October of 2018, then issued an injunction “for violating the City’s regulations on displaying flags.”

Officials contend that the flag violates their codes based on its enormity über mobilfunknetz herunterladen. Camping World’s flag measures 40-by-80 feet, while code dictates that, based on their location, it be no more than 25-by-40 feet.

 
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The company states that the flag is meant as a way to honor military members and veterans games for free solitaire. The city asserts that it is a distraction for motorists.

Rather Go To Jail

Lemonis, a reality TV star, has been defiant from the onset, claiming initially that the fine could go higher and higher and he still wouldn’t remove the flag instagram mehrere bilder in einem post herunterladen.

“I don’t care if it goes to $500 a day,” he told reporters herunterladen. “It’s not coming down.”

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In an interview with Martha MacCallum earlier this week, Lemonis claimed he’d have to be hauled off to prison before he takes it down or even reduces the size of his flag vm von esxi herunterladen.

In doing so, he explained why the flag means so much to him and the community around him.

 
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“When veterans show up at the stores for the flag raisings, and when they come on Saturdays and do their veteran rides, and they weep at the bottom of the flagpole, that’s the conviction that I need to say it’s just not going to come down,” Lemonis insisted herunterladen. “I would rather go to jail.”

 

He adds that by ignoring the court order, city officials are ultimately looking for that conclusion kingroot downloaden.

“If I don’t take it down I will be in violation of the court order,” said Lemonis. “Ultimately, their reaction is from the city that I will go to jail.”

Imprisoned for having an American flag on your own property. Unbelievable.

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