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Anon request DIgg help - Scavino, Flags, and EOs

Post 12695655 View on 8kun

I am hoping hivemend helps here. I have fallen down a rabbit hole and can't get out.

Dan Scavico began posting pictures of his office ( messy as Hell) via FB on June 7 2018.The flag in the backgroud has only 48 stars. Every picture of that messy office since then has had that flag.

PDJT told us to remember this day forever on January 6 speech and coincidentally that date is involved with the 48 star flag.

Taft signed the EO on Jan 24 1912 and revoked it on Oc 29 1912


the 13 star flag we saw at Biden's inauguration seems to fit the requirements for a Union jack here, although I am not sure why the light blue was used and not the dark blue required.

The EO was then revoked in May 29 1916


The EO then received revocation in part. The Presdents flag ( Union Jack) Oct 25 1945 and Jan 3 1959



The EO is last reported changes then.

Sure is a lot of EO's about our Flag. It is hard to FOLLOW THE PEN and understand why and why does Dan Scavino fly the 48 star flag in his messy office?

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lb notable >>12695655 Anon request DIgg help - Scavino, Flags, and EOs

def for a reason: (ideas)

1-Perhaps Dan is pointing out a question of whether 2 states do not belong on flag?

final 2 were Hawaii and Alaska, any question of legality of annexation/incorporation, constitutionally valid process?

2-Also could be indicating something earlier, I know questions exist about TX entry in terms of whether proper process (constitutional) was followed, another?

3-Maybe msg. is two states presently should not be part of America, NY, CA? [F] controlled?

48 star flag:

The 48 Star Flag: On July 4,1912, the U.S. flag grew to 48 stars with the addition of New Mexico (January 6th, 1912) and Arizona (February 14, 1912) Executive Order of President Taft dated June 24, 1912 - established the proportions of the flag and provided for arrangement of the stars in six horizontal rows of eight each, a single point of each star to be upward. This flag was official for 47 years, longer than any other flag, through two World Wars and the emergence of the United States of America as the leading nation of the world. Eight Presidents served under this flag;

official flag went from 46 to 48 when AZ, NM added

49 ALK under DDE

50 HAW under DDE

49 Territory of Alaska January 3, 1959 (admitted)

50 Territory of Hawaii August 21, 1959 (admitted)

According to the U.S. Army Institute of Heraldry, the United States flag never becomes obsolete. Any approved American flag may continue to be used and displayed until no longer serviceable.