It is unfair to declare the Confederate flag racist

Barsaba Taglieri
Agosto 25, 2017

A big decision is expected Thursday in York County when a judge will decide if a clerk had the right to remove the Confederate flag and several pictures from a courtroom earlier this year. The lawsuit alleges the S.C. Heritage Act allows only the legislature to move Confederate items in public buildings. I didn't write the law. He added injury or harm was not inflicted by the removal of the flag and portraits and thus the plaintiff lacked standing. Too many people are good at lying, and you'll waste a lot of time on them before realizing a long way down the road that they're very bad and you'll feel stupid for getting the rug pulled out from under you when you should've seen their lousiness from the beginning.

Walker told Fox News before the hearing that he had to do it.

The judge questioned Walker's motives for filing the lawsuit.

Terace Garnier is a Fox News multimedia reporter based in Columbia, South Carolina.

Just moments after defending the Confederate flag, and insisting it was not a "symbol of racism", a man suing to have the flag displayed in a county courthouse blurted out a vicious slur against one of America's greatest civil rights leaders.

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