Perhaps you have not heard, but there is a new law in South Carolina, which effectively prohibits Confederate flag. No doubt it is a source of much debate unlikely to disappear anytime soon. At the same time, however, the old stars and bars are banned in many products such as toys and other accessories.
They advocate for more than 150 years and this year the movement of politically correct anti-confederate flag may finally achieved its ultimate goal. After racially driven shooting that killed nine people in a church in Charleston, South Carolina governor is pushing legislation to have the flag removed from the government building currently flying. In Alabama, the governor ordered the flags “paraphemalia” from Confederate memorial to be removed.
Large retailers such as Amazon, eBay, immediately jumped on board and now have Confederate flags removed from their ads. Paul Joseph Watson emphasizes the great absurdity of the measure, noting that although Amazon has removed memories from Confederate flag, but still allows the sale of items with swastikas and Nazi symbols.
But idiocy, based on absolutely no logical reason except that this is the perfect crisis not to be allowed to go to waste.