A black civil rights activist was killed last week when his car was apparently run off the road.
The death of Anthony Hervey will not be the centerpiece of a Hollywood screenplay, nor will the national news media infect our minds with white guilt over his death.
Hervey was an outspoken defender of the Confederate flag.
He was one of a handful of black Americans immune to the cultural Marxism virus. That made him a danger to the predatory left and the cultural Marxism agenda.
Black Americans MUST play the role of victim. Those who refuse and are outspoken in defense of the truth may suffer the fate of Hervey.
Hervey appears to have been assassinated, though authorities are refusing to draw that conclusion pending an investigation.
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An account given by the passenger makes the accident seem rather suspicious.
The MacAlester News-Capital is reporting that a woman named Arlene Barnham had given Hervey a ride to the rally in Birmingham, Alabama. On their way back to Oxford, they were involved in an accident.
Reportedly, Hervey was driving and feared they were being chased. Hervey told Barnham he noticed a silver car speeding to catch up to them, and then it swerved into their passenger side.
Barnham told the News-Capital even when Hervey sped up to get away, the car continued to pursue them. At some point, that's what she said caused the crash.
Hervey is the author of "Why I wave the Confederate Flag: Written by a Black Man." He was well-known for wearing a Confederate uniform and waving a Rebel flag on the Oxford square. He would often attract a crowd as he spoke about his views on the subject.
Kennedy said officials are putting together a press release on the accident. Poulos reiterated that authorities will not be able to release further details until the investigation has moved further along.
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