Biggs blasts Macy Gray after she suggests changing the American Flag “If you don’t like the American flag, feel free to leave”

Singer Macy Gray sparked outrage among many conservatives after she suggested in a new Op-Ed the American flag be re-designed.

Gray even suggested her own design, which has 52 stars (to include D.C. and Puerto Rico) and uses various “skin tones” for stars and off-white stripes.

Gray argues “What if the stripes were OFF-white? What if there were 52 stars to include D.C. and Puerto Rico? What if the stars were the colors of ALL of us — your skin tone and mine — like the melanin scale? The blue square represents vigilance and perseverance; and the red stripes stand for valor. America is all of those things. So, what if those elements on the flag remained? What if the flag looked like this?”

Rep. Andy Biggs was not impressed, tweeting “If you don’t like the American flag, feel free to leave.”

Rep. Lauren Boebert had a similar reaction, tweeting ”

There are 195 countries in the world.

194 of them don’t have the American flag.

If @MacyGraysLife or anyone else hates the American flag so badly, they should pick a flag they like & go live in the country that flies it!”

Governor Kristi Noem wrote “A new flag?! No thanks. Old Glory still waves as a symbol of liberty and justice for all.”