The Confederate battle flag was raised over the South Carolina capitol dome in 1962 as a symbol of defiance of the Civil Rights movement. In 2002, a compromise in the state legislature moved the flag to a Confederate war memorial in front of the dome, with the United States flag and the South Carolina state flag replacing the Confederate flag atop the dome. In the wake of the June 17, 2015 massacre at the Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, lawmakers including both US Senators and the governor of the state (all Republicans) asked the legislature to vote to remove the flag from state grounds as a symbol of healing, unity and inclusion. On June 27, 2015, Joshua Lee Gilmer, founder of the Defenders of the Confederate Cross called for a rally in support of keeping the flag where it is. Eric Byler of Story of America interviewed him as the rally was beginning.
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A look into the domestic terror organization ANTIFA and how it is attempting to take over the current peaceful protests of the George Floyd death.
This is excellent. It really shows what mindless sheeple the Extreme Left is.
New York Times writer Sarah Jeong’s racist tweets surface and show that the left thinks it’s impossible to be racist to white people.