Hero FedEx driver breaks up flag burning protest

 
Hero FedEx driver breaks up flag burning protest
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"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." -Edmund Burke.

FedEx driver Matt Uhrin responded with anger when he saw protesters burning the American flag, so he intervened and took the flag. Now he is praised both online and by FedEx.

In the video below, FedEx driver Matt Uhrin can be seen yelling "back off!" as protesters attempt to grab a flag back from him after saving it from being incinerated.

Uhrin clutched a fire extinguisher and sprayed at least one man who tried to accost him when he returned to the scene.

An online petition was started, urging FedEx to let Uhrin keep his job after intervening in the protest.

FedEx responded in a statement saying Uhrin will remain employed by the company, FoxNews.com reported.



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