The Confederate Flag Flew Over S.C. Capital Again Prompting Many To Wonder If It’s Back For Good

The flag of the Confederacy flew at the South Carolina capitol for decades. However, in 2015, as the ‘progressive’ left was busy trying to bury parts of history that they found unsavory, they demanded that the flag come down in South Carolina. On July 10, 2015, the state lowered the banner that they chose to fly for years one final time.

Three years later to the day, however, the Sons of the South, as well as the Daughters of the South, have erected a temporary flagpole to raise the Confederate battle flag once again, in hopes of reminding the locals that proud descendants of the fight for state’s rights are still here. The move stunned leftists, and shocked many who thought they would never see the flag at the Capitol building again.

The South Carolina Secessionist Party said that it would fly the flag on a temporary pole at the capitol for several hours on Tuesday.


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