South Carolina legislators decided to remove the Confederate flag from a Confederate memorial on State House grounds. The final vote in the the House of Representatives was 94 to 20.The decision came after a day of debate on the House floor. Earlier this week, the state senate voted 37-3 to remove the flag. From there, the… Read more
Following an overwhelming majority vote by the South Carolina Senate on Monday to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the Statehouse, mixed opinions persist on what the flag stands for. Loretta Winters, president of the Gloucester County NAACP, said the Confederate flag is more than symbol of Southern heritage — as many defenders of… Read more
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If you have ever in your life resided in the state of South Carolina for any length of time, the comments made by Mr. Chumley, who is a Republican representative in to the State of South Carolina will not be all that shocking or surprising. His comments are representative of his constituents. All too often in that state the mindset which he gave voice to during his interview holds sway and is woven into the way of life for all to many people.
In the case of Mr. Chumley, he is not as Mr. Roof (the murderer of 9 blacks in a church this past week), a high school drop out and ne’er do well or loner as the main stream media have put out. Mr. Chumley is a teacher, a farmer and landscaper as well as a Deacon in his church. A fine upstanding gentleman who is also a member of the Sons of The Confederate Veterans. A positive member of society yes? Representing the 35th District in South Carolina which includes parts of Spartanburg and Greenville.
With thoughts so utterly heinous and hey he doesn’t look like a crazed, deranged race-hater….
Let his words speak for him…..
Offended yet? Feel free to call his office and let him know how you feel about what he said.