Frat Boys Protect American Flag From Radical Leftist Activists

A group of fraternity brothers are being praised on social media and being given thousands of dollars via a GoFundMe campaign after they defended the American flag from radical anti-Israel activists on the University of North Carolina’s (UNC) Chapel Hill campus — refusing to back down even as the activists surrounded them, screaming profanities and throwing water bottles and other objects at them.

One of the fraternity brothers, UNC student Guillermo Estrada, documented the incident in a series of posts on X, formerly known as Twitter. Estrada explained that he had chosen to join in protecting the American flag because he did not want to see it disrespected by the activists.

“Today was a sad yet empowering day at Chapel Hill,” he wrote. “When I walked to class, I saw the Palestinian flag raised on our quad flag pole, and was immediately upset at the act that these ‘protestors’ had made. I cannot say I am fully educated on the Israel/Palestine conflict, but it upset me that my country’s flag was disrespected in order to advocate for another. Shortly after, Chancellor Roberts came with police officers to hang the flag once again. They were met with profanity, middle fingers, thrown bottles, rocks, and water.”

He went on to note that the radical pro-Palestine activists almost immediately began trying to remove the American flag and destroy it once again after the Chancellor left — but the Greek community started singing the National Anthem and stepped in to protect the flag.

Estrada then added, “My fraternity brother and others ran over to hold it up, in order for it not to touch the ground. People began throwing water bottles at us, rocks, sticks, calling us profane names. We stood for an hour defending the flag so many fight to protect.”

The fraternity brother also explained that he stood up for the American flag because he had grown up around military service members and because his parents had come to the U.S. for a better life, searching for opportunities for those willing to work hard.

“I grew up in a Military community and saw first hand the sacrifices they make. I will not stand for the disrespect these protestors’ cause for the sake of another country. My LDOC [last day of classes] will be memorable in knowing that my fraternity brothers and others fought to keep the flag up. But it was also be memorable in knowing that so many yearn to disrespect it,” Estrada’s post thread concluded.

Meanwhile, a GoFundMe was started to reward the fraternity brothers with a “rager” after X user John Noonan commented that he wanted to pay for a keg for the men.

“Love to know which frat so I can send them a lovely keg of Natty Ice,” he wrote.

The GoFundMe, titled “Pi Kappa Phi Men Defended their Flag. Throw ’em a Rager,” was started as soon as online sleuths were able to figure out the name of the men’s fraternity — raising over $100,000 in the first six hours.

The fundraiser’s description stated: “Commie losers across the country have invaded college campuses to make dumb demands of weak University Administrators. But amidst the chaos, the screaming, the anti-semitism, the hatred of faith and flag, stood a platoon of American heroes. Armored in Vineyard Vines and Patagonia, fueled by Zyn and White Claws, these triumphant Brohemians protected Old Glory from the unwashed Marxist horde — laughing at their shrieks and wails and shielding the Stars & Stripes from Soviet missiles. These boys… no, men, of the UNC Chapel Hill Pi Kappa Phi, gave the best to America and now they deserve the best.”

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