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Then you can whine about gun laws.

You had an opportunity to discuss your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms—and its relevancy to 21st-Century firearms and laws—in 2015.

You had an opportunity to discuss gun laws in 2015—in the wake of yet another mass shooting.

But you decided to blame a Confederate flag instead.

You decided to blame Confederate flags and monuments for mass murders instead.

You decided to give an evil politician an easy way to keep her A+ rating with the NRA—and simultaneously hoodwink you into hailing her as some kind of heroine.

And since you did that, the number of mass shootings has skyrocketed—and the number of casualties from these mass shootings has skyrocketed—as of course they would.

Meanwhile, you continue to be punished for Dylann Roof’s June 17, 2015, mass murder of nine innocent churchgoers.

You continue to be punished for Dylann Roof’s crime.

We all do—we all continue to be punished for Dylann Roof’s crime.

Right here in Escambia County, Florida, our First Confederate Flag remains censored from our Five Flags Displays—our historical flags displays—without our consent.

We continue to be punished for Dylann Roof’s crime, right here in Escambia County, Florida—as we have been since June 24, 2015.

Because of what you goddamned liberals started, in June, 2015.

Especially you goddamned White liberals—all of whom are nothing but stupid, white trash.

You goddamned, smartphone-addicted White liberals who whine like babies about gun control every time another mass shooting occurs.

You had an opportunity to discuss gun laws in June, 2015.

But you decided to blame Confederate flags and monuments instead.

And ever since then, the blood of every mass-shooting victim is on your hands.

Including the blood of every victim of this latest mass shooting in Gilroy, California.

The blood is on your hands—you subversive, liberal bastards.

Especially you subversive, White-liberal bastards—the worst of the liberals.

Do you want this carnage to stop?

Then stop this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—which you encouraged Nimrata (“Nikki”) Randhawa Haley to start.

Which you demanded that Nimrata (“Nikki”) Randhawa Haley start.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that historical flags and monuments, in public spaces, belong to you—the public, the people—and no one has any right to censor your historical flags and monuments, without your consent.

That is all that matters.

Yet you don’t care.

You privileged, White-liberal bastards—who are always bitching at all the other Whites about white privilege.

You privileged, White-liberal bastards, who are running our country into the ground—along with the Christian Zionists.

Just like the mindless, Christian Zionists, you mindless, White liberals care nothing about America.

You are destroying America with your stupidity.

The liberals are destroying America—especially the White liberals.

The neoconservatives are destroying America—especially the Christian Zionists.

But, right now, I am especially pissed off at you worthless, White liberals.

Because the death toll from yet another mass shooting has not even been finally assessed—and you’re already whining about gun laws.

You had a chance to discuss gun laws in June, 2015. 

But you decided to blame a Confederate flag instead—in fact to blame all Confederate flags and monuments for Dylann Roof’s mass murder of nine innocent churchgoers.

You had a chance to discuss gun laws in June, 2015—but you decided to give Nimrata (“Nikki”) Randhawa Haley an easy way to keep her A+ rating with the NRA instead—and to win over you stupid, White-liberal shits.

And now you’re whining about lax gun laws again.

You goddamned, White-liberal snowflakes—pussies.

All White neoconservatives are stupid, white trash.

And all White liberals are stupid, white trash.

You stop this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that you demanded Nimrata (“Nikki”) Randhawa Haley start—on June 22, 2015.

You contact Pensacola Mayor Grover C. Robinson IV, and demand that he return our First Confederate Flag to our Five Flags Displays, here in Escambia County, Florida.

Then you can talk about gun laws.

This is a rant.

But you’re used to these—Trump goes on one of these, early every morning.

And all you do is encourage him—you stupid, liberal bastards.

God damn you liberals to Hell, but especially—

God damn you White liberals to Hell.

Get out of our country, you subversive, stupid, White-liberal trash!

And take the subversive, stupid, Christian-Zionist trash with you.

Goddamnit, I am so sick and tired of you subversive, stupid, White-liberal pussies whining about gun laws every time more blood is shed—because of your stupidity.

You stop this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that you encouraged Nimrata Randhawa Haley to start!

Then you can whine about gun laws.

You can help me put a stop to this ongoing, government-imposed censorship of our First Confederate Flag from our Five Flags Displays by calling Pensacola Mayor Grover C. Robinson IV, at (850) 435-1626, and telling him to return the First Confederate Flag to Pensacola’s Five Flags Displays.

You can also do this by emailing Pensacola Mayor Grover C. Robinson IV, at mayorrobinson@cityofpensacola.com , and telling him to return the First Confederate Flag to Pensacola’s Five Flags Displays.

And you can also do this by signing my petition to Pensacola Mayor Grover C. Robinson IV, at https://www.change.org/p/return-the-first-confederate-flag-to-pensacola-s-five-flags-displays , which tells him to return the First Confederate Flag to Pensacola’s Five Flags Displays.

Or you can do nothing, and wonder why the number of mass shootings—and the number of casualties from mass shootings—keeps going up.

It’s all about history, civics, and personal responsibility.

These are American values that liberals have abandoned—especially White liberals.

These are American values that neoconservatives have abandoned—especially Christian Zionists.

Stop this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that you encouraged Nimrata Randhawa Haley to start.

Then you can whine about gun laws.

You cannot pick and choose your constitutional rights.

Look at this flag.

This is a historical flag that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This flag is in a public space.

That means this flag belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this flag without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This flag belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this flag belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this flag.

This is a historical flag that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This flag is in a public space.

That means this flag belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this flag without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This flag belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this flag belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this flag.

This is a historical flag that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This flag is in a public space.

That means this flag belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this flag without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This flag belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this flag belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this flag.

This is a historical flag that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This flag is in a public space.

That means this flag belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this flag without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This flag belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this flag belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this flag.

This is a historical flag that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This flag is in a public space.

That means this flag belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this flag without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This flag belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this flag belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this monument.

This is a historical monument that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This monument is in a public space.

That means this monument belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this monument without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This monument belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this monument belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

Look at this monument.

This is a historical monument that represents the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

This monument is in a public space.

That means this monument belongs to the public.

The public is the people.

You are the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, have no right to censor this monument without your consent.

To do so is to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

This monument belongs to you—no public official has the right to censor it without your consent.

It doesn’t matter how you feel about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only matters that this monument belongs to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, has any right to censor it without your consent.

What happens when public officials censor the public’s historical flags and monuments without the public’s consent—directly or indirectly?

What happens when public officials censor the people’s historical flags and monuments without the people’s consent—directly or indirectly?

This is what happens:

“I know you’re a strong supporter of the Second Amendment–is there anything about this situation that makes you think, ‘Okay, should we rethink–is it time for some kind of change?'”
“ANY TIME THERE IS A TRAUMATIC SITUATION, PEOPLE WANT SOMETHING TO BLAME–THEY ALWAYS WANT SOMETHING TO GO AFTER…”

“THE HATE-FILLED MURDERER WHO MASSACRED OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHARLESTON [SOUTH CAROLINA] HAS A SICK AND TWISTED VIEW OF [THE CONFEDERATE FLAG THAT FLIES ON THE STATEHOUSE GROUNDS IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA]”
“TODAY WE ARE HERE…TO SAY IT’S TIME TO MOVE THE FLAG…”

“I UNDERSTAND THE [FIRST CONFEDERATE] FLAGS ARE DOWN, BUT I WANT TO MAKE IT PERMANENT. I DON’T WANT ANY CHANCE OF THOSE FLAGS GOING BACK UP.”

State workers take down a Confederate national flag on the grounds of the state Capitol, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, in Montgomery. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley orders Confederate flags taken down from state Capitol. (AP Photo/Martin Swant)

State workers take down a Confederate national flag on the grounds of the state Capitol, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, in Montgomery, Ala. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley ordered Confederate flags taken down from a monument at the state Capitol. (AP Photo/Martin Swant)

Workers remove the statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Dallas, Texas, U.S., September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rex Curry

The statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee is escorted after removal from its platform in Dallas, Texas, U.S., September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rex Curry

Where are those flags and monuments?

Those were historical flags and monuments that represented the Confederate States of America—a historical nation in the history of the United States of America.

Those flags and monuments were in public spaces.

That meant those flags and monuments belonged to the public.

The public was the people.

You were the people—and public officials, elected or appointed, had no right to censor those flags or monuments without your consent.

To do so was to violate your First-Amendment right to freedom of speech.

Those flags and monuments belonged to you—no public official had the right to censor them without your consent.

It didn’t matter how you felt about the historical Confederate States of America.

It only mattered that those flags and monuments belonged to you—the people.

And no public official, elected or appointed, had any right to censor them without your consent.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Ironically, there is no way that the right that is protected in this Fourth Amendment to our United States Constitution cannot be violated if the homes, businesses, and places of worship of United States citizens are raided because those United States citizens are suspected of harboring illegal immigrants to the United States.

But if you do not take a stand against this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—this mass violation of your First Amendment right to freedom of speech—you do not care about your Fourth Amendment right to be secure in your persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.

If you do not take a stand against this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—this mass violation of your First Amendment right to freedom of speech—you do not care about your First Amendment right to freedom of speech.  And if you do not care about your First Amendment right to freedom of speech, you do not care about any of your other constitutional rights—including your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, and your Fourth Amendment right to be secure in your persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.

All of your constitutional rights are equally important.

If you do not defend your First Amendment right to freedom of speech, you cannot defend any of your other constitutional rights.

And if you do not take a stand against this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—this mass violation of your First Amendment right to freedom of speech—you cannot defend your First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

The United States of America is already great.

But the United States of America’s greatness lies solely in its Constitution.

Every great thing the United States of America has every other country has—except the United States Constitution.

This is why the Confederate States of America took the United States of America’s Constitution as its own—adding only further protections of the rights of the States.

Even the Bill of Rights—the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States—was incorporated into the main body of the Constitution of the Confederate States, word for word.

The only thing that protects your United States of America, itself, is the Constitution of your United States of America.

And your Bill of Rights—the first ten amendments to your United States Constitution—must be protected by you, personally.

If you do not protect all of your constitutional rights—all of the rights contained in your Bill of Rights—you will lose all of your constitutional rights.

This means that if you do not put a stop to this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—this mass violation of your First Amendment right to freedom of speech—you will lose your First Amendment right to freedom of speech, and all of the other constitutional rights protected in your Bill of Rights. Your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms—you will lose that right.  Your Fourth Amendment right to be secure in your persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures—you will lose that right.

You cannot pick and choose your constitutional rights.

You cannot keep your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms—or your Fourth Amendment right to be secure in your persons, papers, houses, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures—if you lose your First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

And you will lose your First Amendment right to freedom of speech if you do not put a stop to this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America—this mass violation of your First Amendment right to freedom of speech.


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