Confederate Air Force Buzzes SC State House With Battle Flag/Message For Confederate Memorial Day
FLYOVER BANNER HONORS CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Columbia, SC: Wednesday, May 10th, from 11AM - 1 PM, a plane circled downtown Columbia in honor of Confederate Memorial Day in South Carolina. The plane pulled a large Confederate Battle flag with the message: "NO COMPROMISE! Vaflag.org"
May 10, (our back up flight day because of windy weather on Saturday), is Confederate Memorial Day in South Carolina chosen because it is the day in 1863 that Lt General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson died after losing an arm at the Battle of Chancellorsville in Virginia.
Commemoration of the day Saturday 06 MAY in downtown Columbia began with a memorial service at 10AM in Elmwood Cemetery. Former US Senate candidate Buddy Witherspoon was the keynote speaker. At 11AM there was a parade along Assembly Street to the South Carolina Statehouse where South Carolina Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, held a noon Memorial Service in front of the Statehouse. Former State Senator Lee Bright was the keynote speaker.
This is the 2nd Confederate Memorial Day held in South Carolina since the Confederate Battle flag was so treacherously removed from the statehouse grounds by former SC Governor Nikki Haley and other members of the political establishment.
Working with our brothers and sisters in South Carolina, the Virginia Flaggers have placed 3 large Confederate flags on large poles near South Carolina highways, with more to come. Expect more flyovers as well!
We hope the people of South Carolina LOVE Confederate flags, because give us time - y'all are going to be seeing a lot more of them across the Palmetto state! DEO VINDICE
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