Washington, D.C. Flies 51-Star Flags for Flag Day
This year’s Flag Day falls 245 years after the government first passed the Flag Resolution on June 14th, 1777:
Washington, D.C. gets its name from George Washington and Christopher Columbus, hence the District of Columbia.
Washington, D.C. has been in the news a lot lately. Consider how many of the headlines this past week have been dominated by the hearings about the January 6th Capitol Insurrection.
Democrats are hoping that committee will find criminality in the actions of former president Donald John Trump.
76 minutes = 1:16
Flag Day falls 1 year, 160 days after 1/6, the Capitol “insurrection” as they’re calling it (clearly those people have never seen a true insurrection):
Today, Donald Trump is exactly 1016 sidereal months (or lunar orbits) old:
Earlier this year, the 116th U.S. Congress, which was sworn in alongside the 46th U.S. President, signed this bill that, if approved by the senate, would make Washington D.C. state number Fifty-one.
Speaking of the Moon, there’s a much bigger riddle here to unpack. Consider how the Moon’s equatorial diameter is exactly 2160 miles across:
The mayor of Washington, D.C. is Muriel Elizabeth Bowser.
216 is 6×6×6
Mayor Bowser had the Star-Spangled Banner altered while she was 666 sidereal months old:
Flag Day is the 14th of June, written 14/06 internationally.
Muriel Bowser was born in 1972
Don’t forget why January 6th, or 1/6, was selected for the big event at the United States Capitol. The 16th Fibonacci number is 987.
D.C. is the capitol of the United States of America.