Well sort of. Can you find the problem in the image?
Here are six question I have asked Virginia Flagger’s spokeswoman Connie Chastain…she has refused to answer which I feel says volumes about her beliefs…but they are open to any and all Virginia Flaggers as well as anyone else who wishes to chime in.
Have at it…
Question 1. Is Tripp Lewis a Virginia Flagger?
Question 2. Did Tripp Lewis call Matt Heimbach a “Good Guy”?
Question 3. Since Matt’s opinions have been discovered, has the Va. Flaggers refuted Matt for those opinion or have they continued to embrace him as a Friend on FB?
Question 4. Have the Virginia Flaggers ever been photographed with Matt Heimbach?
Question 5. Has SCV CIC Michael Givens, a Va. Flagger Supporter who has Flagged the VMFA with the Virginia Flaggers, ever been photographed with Matt Heimbach?
Question 6. Has the SCV’s ever awarded any SCV award to Matt Heimbach?
The other day Susan F. Hathaway, Founder of the Virginia Flaggers, was made aware that the ropes on the Big Ass Confederate Flag along I-95 had come lose and a supporter who was visiting the site fixed the lines. Susan commented on this on the Facebook page called Confederate Flaggers: Stand, Fight & Never Back Down. When questioned by a member since removed Susan said this…
“Ropes stretch over time. No trouble that we know of and there are MANY people watching”
Apparently there are not as MANY people watching as she once thought…nor are the ones watching, watching very well since a large piece of construction equipment was stolen over the night of Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2013. A truck and trailer were needed to remove this large piece of construction equipment that sits on private land near where the Confederate flag sits behind a screen of trees.
Maybe Honorary Virginia Flagger Backsassin’ Connie Chastain can help them find their lost equipment.
Could the images mean that their message and cause is dead? I mean you would never know that they raised a rebel flag on I-95 about a month ago. I seem to remember other bloggers wondering what raising the flag would mean and what would it signify? Remember that the flag flies along I-95 hidden behind trees and without any context. The questions was once the flag was raised…now what?
It appears the Virginia flaggers have now answered that question.
The Southern Legal Resource Center led by Kirk D. Lyons posted this denial of Certiorari (seeking Judicial Review) by the U. S. Supreme Court in the Candice Hardwick case. Thanks to Andy for following the case and everyone should remember Candice…she was the young woman who sued Latta School District over wearing a Confederate t-shirt who is now serving six years in prison for burglary and grand larceny. Confederate Heritage Advocates sure can pick them can’t they?