The Los Angeles Chargers are facing backlash on social media after tweeting out a photo.
The tweet read in part, “It's #SaluteToService week and we want to see how members of the military #RepTheBolts!”
It's #SaluteToService week and we want to see how members of the military #RepTheBolts!— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) November 14, 2017
Use the hashtag to show your #Chargers pride and for a chance to be featured on https://t.co/ODd4UiqJ2F
🇺🇸 + ⚡️ = ♥️ pic.twitter.com/r4mkJEWEMd
Shortly after the tweet was sent out, people quickly spotted a distinct difference between the photo posted and the original.
The original photo was cropped to eliminate “San Diego” from the flag held by the service members.
Following the tweet, a Twitter account called "fightforSD" posted the following photo calling out the Chargers.
You can't crop out history, Dean. pic.twitter.com/a5bHDPhOwL— fightforSD (@fightforsd) November 14, 2017