A racist is "a person who is prejudiced against or antagonistic toward people on the basis of their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized."
How can a flag be racists? Is the implication that the flag is a symbol of racism? Is that what you're having such a difficult time trying to say?
What is the thin blue line? Oh, I've heard that the line means that cops don't tell on other cops. I've been told that cops commit offenses against civilians, especially minorities, in the presence of other cops and the brother cops turn their backs.
That is the "blue wall of silence", made famous in agencies such as NYPD and LAPD. No, that's not the only two but they are probably the most famous. I would like to think that the blue wall of silence is dying out. I remember when I was going through the selection process, I was asked "What would I do if...". The question was asked because we didn't want cops who were willing to turn their backs while another cop committed a criminal act or violated someone's civil rights. Of course, my answer was that I would try to stop the act and then report it to the supervisor. I think that's what most cops would do and hopefully do now. The badge is a shiny piece of metal that carries a great deal of responsibility. A responsibility that should not be taken lightly. We work hard to earn that badge and we work even harder to keep it shining. No other cop has the right to tarnish my badge or the badge of any other cop due to illegal or improper actions/behavior.
So what is the "Thin Blue Line"? What does it mean? Is it a symbol of racism?
The Thin Blue Line represents the thin line that separates civilized society from chaos. Blue is the typical color of the police uniform. The line is the line of officers who protect the citizens and property in a civilized society from chaos. The Police Officer is that person who is charged with maintaining that separation, keeping the chaos away from the order. To suggest that the Thin Blue Line flag is a symbol of racism would suggest that minorities are the root cause of the chaos and police officers must keep them away from the civilized society. We all know that is not true. We know that chaos is created by many, regardless of color. The media, the politicians, and that ridiculous "woke" crowd will continue to push the Thin Blue Line as a symbol of racism because it advances their agenda.
We as Americans must look at all of these people, especially those in the media and those we've elected, and ask ourselves if what they are saying benefits us as Americans or does it benefit them?