DAILYKENN.com -- Patriots hoisted a massive flag 120 feet above the ground near an interstate.
The flag raising is a response the Charlottesville, Virginia government decision to remove monuments to Confederate heroes.
Even though the city is 70 percent white, the voters there election a black mayor, Nikuyah Walker.
According to the city's website,
Nikuyah Walker was elected to Charlottesville City Council in November 2017 after years of working as an advocate for racial and social justice. Nikuyah’s commitment has been to authentic inclusion, equity, and progress.Obviously, the mayor is not interested in including patriots.
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'Spirit of Defiance': Confederate group in Virginia raises massive 120 foot-high rebel flag near Charlottesville
The Virginia Flaggers raised a 30-by-50 foot banner on private property just off Interstate 64
Flag is dubbed the 'Charlottesville I-64 Spirit of Defiance Memorial Battle Flag'
Flaggers say the banner is a response to city of Charlottesville's vote to remove statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson
The group has raised more than two dozen Confederate flags since 2013.
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