Those who want the Confederate flag to continue flying outside a Virginia museum rumbled with protesters of the traitorous who are vying to have it moved indoors.
As WSET reported, an announcement by officials that state law is with supporters of the flag resulted in a clash between civil rights activists and Confederacy sympathizers.
“Then you need to go back to Africa!” responded Ed Clark, second lieutenant commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, when confronted by civil rights activists.
After the Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History asked the City Council to remove the flag from a monument and place it inside the museum, Confederacy heritage groups threw their advocacy team into high gear in support of the racist symbol.
“What community in the United States of America can continue to fly a symbol of hate like that?” asked Rev. Avon Keen, President of the Danville-Pittsylvania County chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
“If the Jewish community saw a Nazi flag flying out here it would come today.