The Republican Party is certainly known for its fierce support for members of the United States military. So it's rather surprising that one state's GOP didn't know the difference between a military logo and the flag of Honduras.
The North Carolina Republican Party – which boasts of its "digital know-how" – slammed Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine for wearing a pin representing Blue Star Families, for family members of those serving in the military. It's an organization recognized by the Department of Defense and partnered with the Clinton Foundation.
In a now-deleted tweet, the state's GOP tweeted last night "[Kaine] wears a Honduras flag pin on his jacket but no American flag. Shameful."