A sign of distress


A large U.S. flag flies upside-down and at half-mast on the 10000 block of State Route 47 on Friday, Jan. 8. The flags owner, Dave Nagel, of Sidney, flipped his flag and lowered it in response to the storming of the U.S. Capitol building. Nagel said “My feeling on it is our country is in distress. If the Democrats can illegally overrun our election what will they do when they have full power behind closed doors. God please help our country.”

A large U.S. flag flies upside-down and at half-mast on the 10000 block of State Route 47 on Friday, Jan. 8. The flags owner, Dave Nagel, of Sidney, flipped his flag and lowered it in response to the storming of the U.S. Capitol building. Nagel said “My feeling on it is our country is in distress. If the Democrats can illegally overrun our election what will they do when they have full power behind closed doors. God please help our country.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A large U.S. flag flies upside-down and at half-mast on the 10000 block of State Route 47 on Friday, Jan. 8. The flags owner, Dave Nagel, of Sidney, flipped his flag and lowered it in response to the storming of the U.S. Capitol building. Nagel said “My feeling on it is our country is in distress. If the Democrats can illegally overrun our election what will they do when they have full power behind closed doors. God please help our country.”

A large U.S. flag flies upside-down and at half-mast on the 10000 block of State Route 47 on Friday, Jan. 8. The flags owner, Dave Nagel, of Sidney, flipped his flag and lowered it in response to the storming of the U.S. Capitol building. Nagel said “My feeling on it is our country is in distress. If the Democrats can illegally overrun our election what will they do when they have full power behind closed doors. God please help our country.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/01/web1_SDN010920UpsideDown.jpgA large U.S. flag flies upside-down and at half-mast on the 10000 block of State Route 47 on Friday, Jan. 8. The flags owner, Dave Nagel, of Sidney, flipped his flag and lowered it in response to the storming of the U.S. Capitol building. Nagel said “My feeling on it is our country is in distress. If the Democrats can illegally overrun our election what will they do when they have full power behind closed doors. God please help our country.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News