Durham, NH Artist Steals And Destroys Thin Blue Line Flag Honoring State Trooper Killed In Accident Because She Was Offended By It, Transgender Activist Parents Bail Her Out


On October 28 New Hampshire State Police Staff Sgt. Jesse Sherrill was killed in a crash on I-95 in Portsmouth while working a paving detail at a mobile construction zone. He was well respected in the community leaves behind a wife and two children.

For his procession police officers in nearby Newington and Greenland hung thin blue line flags over the highway overpass to honor his sacrifice.

The flags were intended to be donated to his family afterwards, but unfortunately both of them were taken by anti-police Democrats. The Greenland flag has not been recovered, but the person who stole and then tore apart the flag in Newington has been arrested and identified as 19 year old Caitlin Hegarty of Durham.

Newington Police Chief Michael Bilodeau said a witness who saw a woman remove the flag from the Woodbury Avenue overpass helped recover his department’s flag.

“A witness saw her steal the flag and get into her vehicle which was parked off of Woodbury Ave. He called Newington Police and was transferred to Rockingham Dispatch. He updated dispatch as he followed her to her residence in Durham. Durham PD was notified and arrested her for receiving stolen property,” Bilodeau told Seacoast Current.

Caitlin Hegarty, 19, of Durham told police she was “offended by the flag.” She was charged with theft by unauthorized taking and criminal mischief for damaging the flag.

Bilodeau said Durham police arrested her Friday on two other charges, receiving stolen property (a Class B misdemeanor) and operating with a suspended driver’s license (a violation-level offense). He said Durham police have Newington’s torn flag in their possession.

As Sherrill’s body was escorted by state police from Concord to Dover last Friday, Newington police and members of the fire department saluted him from the Woodbury Avenue overpass behind two American flags, one of which was the thin blue line flag. 

Newington police had hung up the flags prior to Sherrill’s procession, but it was stolen before the procession passed the area, according to police. Police had in their possession another thin blue line flag, which they hung up before the procession drove through.

She hopes to one day become an artist, by drawing doodles of people’s butts at the ocean.

She is a mask Nazi.

And despite the fact that there is zero science that shows mask usage has stopped the spread of coronavirus, she still lectures other people when they don’t listen to her “science.”

She really hates optimism, and seems to think that recovering from COVID means you have a pre-existing condition.


She also pretends to care about the lives of black people.

Despite the fact that she lives in Durham, a town in which black people make up less than 1% of the population.

Her parents sent her to the Dublin School, which prices out people of color by charging almost $70K in room and board if you live there, which I can only assume she did since it’s over an hour from Durham. It’s a really fun school where teachers hit dildos with brooms.

Caitlin’s hatred and bigotry towards law enforcement officers, and anyone who she disagrees with politically, was a learned behavior. Her mother Christy (who bailed her out), and her father Boyd are left wing political activists who support BLM and anti-police politicians.

Dad really cares about black people too, which is why he bought a house in Durham, NH and sent his kids to an expensive private school.

Christy and Boyd have three children – 2 girls, and one boy. But now they have three girls, because their youngest son announced that he was a girl. Naturally they sought out media attention immediately, and their son testified at the Statehouse about why children below the age of 16 should be allowed to get gender reassignment surgery.

Twelve-year-old Lia Hegarty lives in Durham with her two sisters, goes to middle school and said she’s enjoying her life. But she’s going through something that most of her peers will never experience. Lia said that as long as she can remember, she has felt like a girl, even though her birth certificate identifies her as a boy.

“I never thought I would live my life as a boy,” she said. “I always thought I was a girl and that I would always be a girl. I could not bear living as a boy. It was just horrible for me.”

She said she was never interested in typical “boy things.”

“I would always want to play with the girls, do girl stuff, play with my sister’s Barbies and wear her clothes,” she said. “I used to come home and wear dresses.”

Lia is transgender and has just started taking a hormone blocker to avoid male puberty. She admitted that making the transition has not been easy.

“There are those people that are like, ‘You can’t be a girl because you were not born a girl. You have the parts of a boy, so that makes you a boy,'” Lia said.

But she has been able to move forward with the help of her parents. Boyd and Christy Hegarty said that she has shown female tendencies since she was 2 years old.

“Ever since, we’ve just been taking cues from her,” her father said. “It has been consistent. She has been persistent in being a girl.”

“When she was able to really start verbalizing that she was uncomfortable is when, as a mom, I knew I had to be more involved with helping her,” her mother said.

That help started in kindergarten.

“When we were embraced and supported by our community and our family and our friends, it was surprisingly mind-opening and beautiful,” Christy Hegarty said.

Lia is free to use the girls bathroom at school and is allowed to play on the girls soccer and basketball teams. While her parents are encouraged by their community’s support, they said they have concerns about how she’ll be accepted in the future. She’ll begin taking estrogen in a few years, and when she is 16, she will be able to have surgery.

“Unfortunately, right now, the state of New Hampshire does not have a nondiscrimination clause for transgender people, so legally, transgender people can be discriminated against,” Boyd Hegarty said.

Earlier this year, state lawmakers took up House Bill 478. It would have banned discrimination based on gender identity. Lia spoke in support of the legislation.

My 4 year old son likes to play with dolls sometimes. Know why? Because the only sibling he lives with and looks up to is a girl. Sometimes when his cousin comes over, who is also a girl, he’ll play princess stuff because it’s better than getting left out. This little boy also has no brothers, but he does have an older sister who likes to disrespect dead cops. He probably grew up the same way. Playing with dolls does not mean you’re a girl. I didn’t suggest that that my son might be a girl because I am not an attention seeking, narcissistic child abuser like Christy and Boyd Hegarty.

It’s so weird how every time there’s a “transgender” kid on the news like this their parents are always left wing activists. Wonder why?

These people are child abusers. Anyone who would allow their child to start transitioning in kindergarten is a horrible person and an unfit parent. Anyone who would allow a child to take puberty blockers in order to stop the basic biological developments of a child’s body from occurring is an anti-science lunatic.

“I always thought I was a girl.”

A rational adult in that situation would ask him, “what is a girl?” Please define it. What is it that you feel like? Because if your genitals don’t define what a boy or a girl is, then you don’t really feel like anything. But the Hegarty’s didn’t do that. Instead they used their son as a political prop and now he gets to play on the girl’s soccer team. This is clearly a boy, despite the blue hair.

Caitlin Hegarty didn’t do what she did in a vaccuum. She was groomed this way since birth and taught this hateful ideology by her abusive, bigoted parents. The scary part is that pretty much every Democrat in the country is on board with this, because there are almost no moderates left. An entire faction of the country believes that honoring heroic police officers is offensive, while giving irreversible puberty blockers to young children is virtuous. This is the result.


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