“Boroobama News: A new report said that the majority of black Americans (51 percent) oppose the use of the Confederate battle flag. This figure is up slightly from a poll taken last year. The survey conducted by the Center for Public Integrity, a Washington, D.C.-based news organization, found that 53 percent of black Americans support the use of the flag, up from 47 percent a year ago and 42 percent in 2016.
This is the part where I’m like, “Oh. Wait. Did I read that right? I guess I read most people are not a lot of fans of the Confederate flag.” In the news report, it quotes a 2015 poll which found that 58 percent of black Americans oppose the use of the flag and 41 percent support the flag. But what if I’m wrong? Well, it turns out that the 2018 poll was the first to ask the question about a year ago.
I guess that’s the part where Im glad I’m not a black American. That poll was probably also just a poll without any black people, but the idea that it’s based on black Americans is obviously wrong.
The poll was conducted by The Washington Post, but the Post has a long history of questionable polling techniques. It was in fact a poll of white Americans, but the poll was a poll of white Americans and only white men were considered. The poll also only asked about the Confederate flag.
I know this is an old poll, but I still think the concept is wrong. I don’t know why this poll was even asked. Why not just ask about the Confederate flag, or why not just ask about the Confederate flag, or why not just ask about the Confederate flag, but ask about the Confederate flag and ask about the Confederate flag again.
Because this is an example of a poll that only makes sense when you take race into account. The Confederate flag is a flag that is about to be removed from public buildings and monuments across the United States, and it is a flag that is used to support the white supremacist ideology that is being promoted by a growing group of white nationalists.
The Confederate flag has been around for a long time, and it’s been used by white supremacists for decades. It was used to rally about the Civil War, and it was used by people who were trying to fight for the Jim Crow South. Just like the Confederate flag that was being raised for the first time in public, a lot of this movement has roots in the past.
Now, the Confederate flag has been around a lot longer than the flag used by the white nationalists, and it has been used by people who were trying to fight for the Jim Crow South too. So it is important to note that when you raise the Confederate flag, you are not fighting for the people in that flag. If you raise the Confederate flag, it’s only because you support the white supremacist ideals in that flag. No amount of white supremacy is worth the Confederate flag.
This is also important to remember when you are raising the Confederate flag in a public setting. As the new Southern Poverty Law Center reports, “The Confederate flag is the symbol of white supremacy, white nationalism, the ‘C’ word, and hatred.” This is a symbol that is used to threaten and divide people. It is a symbol that is used as a weapon to intimidate and cause harm.
The Confederate flag was a symbol of racism and violence for a very long time, but it has now become a symbol of the civil rights movement. It’s only since the 1980’s that this flag has become a symbol of peace and love. It’s a symbol of the flag that was raised in protest of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights movement.