Salt Lake County flies a trans-enhanced rainbow flag 3X higher and 20X larger than an American flag

A government building in Salt Lake City, Utah photographed this morning:

The sacred symbol of the official state religion flies 3X higher and is perhaps 20X larger than the American flag.

How exactly does the DA’s office worship Rainbow Flagism, though? Does the District Attorney (a Democrat) refrain from prosecuting those who identify as 2SLGBTQQIA+? Suggest lower sentences for anyone who can produce a recent photograph of themselves at a drag story hour with children?

The front of the building has no American flags at all, but instead is decorated with a Juneteenth flag and a (non-trans) rainbow flag:

Here’s the sacred symbol being installed high above the American flag:

I would love to know how government officials decide whether to use the trans-enhanced, non-trans, or trans-plus-intersex (added circle) flag. Does a committee meet and decide which version of Rainbow Flagism should be worshipped at any given time?


17 thoughts on “Salt Lake County flies a trans-enhanced rainbow flag 3X higher and 20X larger than an American flag

  1. It is strange. Do they know what homosexuals typically do? I mean, not TV homosexual who are witty, but real ones?

    I don’t get out a lot, but I wish I had an acquaintance with some of the nice people who rig out their property with rainbow flags and really ask them if they want to discuss about buggery in its finer details. They probably don’t. “But why not? You’re the one flying the flag. By the way, what does the plus sign stand for? Want me to clue you in? Because that plus sign is the whole point of this.”

    • Typical male homosexuals or “fags”, as I like to call them, gratify themselves by placing their penis into another man’s anus then ejaculate! The frothy mix of semen and fecal matter which ooze out of the gaping asshole used to be call “santorum” named after a politician who did not worship the rainbow flag.

  2. Phil, I appreciate that this is a bit off topic, but it is you who is so far giving Juneteenth short shrift in favor of the LBGT etc. stuff — I mean they have a whole month & there are still 14 days left. But with Juneteenth rapidly approaching, I would like to wish you and your loved ones a happy and perhaps more importantly meaningful Juneteenth. It is a day to disengage from the hub bub of life and to sit back and reflect, on what though I am not quite certain.

  3. Strange how the chearch headquarters is in the middle of the 1 patch of blue in Utah. Wonder how many pride flags temple square has.

  4. That is not just a Pride flag, it is a Progressive Pride. Google what it means, if you want to see what message is being sent. Black is for Black people. Brown is for brown people. White is NOT for White people. It looks like an arrow, in order to progress toward certain ideologies. One of those is HIV/AIDS, although I am not sure which color it is.

  5. The kind of people whose core identity is basically about which holes they use to fuсk strikes me as not the kind of people with whom I’d like to associate. Because they are basically walking and talking genitalia.

  6. So they went to the desert for nothing!

    Should heterosexuals sue for discrimination and ask for a 10m high Priapus statue on the roof in order to celebrate their preferences?

  7. The head-spinning evolution of the Progress Pride flag:

    Pride isn’t free:
    “The Progress flag was an immediate success. On 6 June 2018, Quasar posted the design on social media and woke up the following day to find it had gone viral. A Kickstarter campaign was launched to respond to the dozens of requests for merchandising. Through 508 backers, Quasar raised $25,802.”

  8. “(f) When flags of States, cities, or localities, or pennants of societies are flown on the same halyard with the flag of the United States, the latter should always be at the peak. When the flags are flown from adjacent staffs, the flag of the United States should be hoisted first and lowered last. No such flag or pennant may be placed *above* the flag of the United States or to the United States flag’s right.” [1]

    You would think the US government officials would know about US flag laws, right? Apparently not OR they are too pussy and gave in to pride penis.


    • George: I don’t think that the flag code is being violated because the rainbow flag is an object of religious worship and not a “pennant of societies” or a flag of a state/city/locality (because 2SLGBTQQIA+ is everywhere).

    • @Philip, you could be right. But then when will our government fly the flags of the many other religious flags that the diverse people of this country believe in? Whatever happened to DEI teaching?

      As a side note, at my Big company, I’m now overdue for my mandatory compliance training on DEI. Just like last year and the years before it, I’m required to answer and agree to the DEI teaching and pass at 80%. They are now making it harder to take the test. For example, if the training materials I’m watching in my browser is not the main tab and application on my Windows, the video will pause!

    • I don’t think other religious flags will be flown because Rainbow Flagism is the official state religion of the U.S., as established by Joe Biden. The First Amendment says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion”, but it doesn’t explicitly prohibit the establishment of a religion by a president.

    • Also, the First Amendment doesn’t apply any time someone declares an “emergency”. Young mostly invulnerable healthy Americans didn’t have the freedom to assemble during coronapanic, for example, because a politician decreed that imprisoning them at home might save the lives of some elderly COVID-vulnerable people (unless people wanted to assemble for Black Lives Matter).

      We have a “state of emergency for LGBTQ people” right now (see

      ) and, therefore, the U.S. government should be able to suspend the First Amendment and require that Americans worship the sacred Rainbow Flag.

  9. Dr. Vox Oculi’s Ultra 2072 was the best one. She had to censor out or obfuscate all the corporate logos in the original unfortunately.

    Believe it or not she actually researched all the niche gender flags and tried to incorporate their colors and patterns into this monstrosity.

    She sells this flag, and products based on it at her web store. Philip, please buy one of these, put it on your house, and send us a photo of it.

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