Johnathan Romans finally gets arrested at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond police had previously tried to locate Romans to serve his warrants for assault and disorderly conduct due to his attacks on Flaggers. He was arrested when Flaggers called the police on him when they same him arrive at the museum. The arrest sends a message to social justice warriors that they should respect the rights of others, especially flaggers.
- Flaggers are against the banning of the confederate flag
- Flaggers participate in protests and help to get criminals arrested
- Flaggers respect everyone’s rights, but expect their rights to be respected too
“The recent arrests and convictions are sending a clear signal to social justice warriors in Richmond that their uncivil behavior will not be tolerated, and we hope that Mr. Romans soon gets the same message.”
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