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BREAKING: DOJ Issues Shocking Orders on Confederate Flag Tattoos


Last summer, the social justice warriors of America declared war on the Confederate flag, claiming that it was a racist symbol that should be taken down all across America.

Since then, the Confederate flag has slowly begun disappearing, but it still remains very popular. The Smoking Gun reported that the Justice Department has now taken its war against the flag a step further and is using it as evidence of racial bias.

The case in question involves Charles Butler, 33, and Robert Paschalis, 25, who are being charged with a hate crime after beating up someone because he was African-American.

Now, admittedly these two were undoubtedly racists, but it was how the Justice Department chose to identify them that should worry us.

In the affidavit, the FBI details the evidence it has to show that Butler was a racist.

“(His Facebook page had photos of) Adolph Hitler, burning crosses, Nazi war eagles, Aryan Nationalist Alliance logos, Confederate flags, the Ku Klux Klan, references to President Obama as a monkey, and various white pride symbols,” reads the affidavit.

Notice anything strange? The Confederate flag is used as evidence that he is racist. Now it is pretty clear from the laundry list of other things that Butler was racist (normal non-racist people don’t post photos of Hitler or the KKK on their Facebook pages), but the Confederate flag is not evidence of this.

The affidavit goes further stating that Butler has “numerous tattoos indicative of white supremacy, including the German War Eagle, a portrait of Adolph Hitler, a Swastika and a Confederate flag.”

Once again the flag is being used to identify someone as racist when just the portrait of Hitler would have been enough.


Unlike Nazi symbols, many Americans view the Confederate flag as a piece of history, and as indicative of a rebellious spirit. The Justice Department has simply decided that anyone with the flag is automatically a racist.

Maybe next it will determine that anyone raising a fist in the air doing the Black Panther salute is a racist as well, just to be fair.


About Barry G. Morris


  1. denise

    August 2, 2016 at 11:35 am

    Guess I need to get myself a rebel flag tatoo. No racist is going to yell me what I can and cannot have. Any b***h who let killary get away with her MANY crimes shouldn’t be in her position she holds. She probably doesn’t even know who her ancestors are. I wonder how she’d feel if she traced hers back to a black ancestor who they themself owned black slaves. That would be hilarious.

    • Janice

      August 25, 2016 at 2:06 pm

      Denise, I said the same thing. First off, she cannot make laws, that is NOT in her power. Second, I would like to see her think she is woman enough to take a tattoo off! If you tweet, do like I did and challenge her to come and take it off! She is nothing but pig shit!

  2. Jerry

    August 2, 2016 at 3:51 pm

    It seems to me it is more a symbol of southern pride. If I recall in my reading there were Blacks who fought for the confederacy. There were actually black slave owners and experoience and history also say that blacks are every bit as recist as white, look at the BET awards as a fine example of that.

    • Brett

      August 25, 2016 at 8:51 pm

      Quite true. There are many black supporters of Southern Heritage, such as Karen Cooper and H.K. Egerton and his brother Terry Lee. And Anthony Hervey was a Confederate supporter until his mysterious, untimely death. Nelson Winbush and other blacks are members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

  3. ooooo

    August 2, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    The white race RULES!

  4. Dixie

    August 3, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    I am born and bred Southern. I am Jewish. I have been seriously been thinking about get a Star of David tatoo. I have decided to get a tatoo of the Star of David and a tatoo of the Confederate Flag. Fuck the bitch Loretta Lynch!!!!!!!!!

    • JOANNE

      August 24, 2016 at 11:49 pm

      I’m protestant and think a Star of David and Confederate flag tattoo would be lovely.

  5. Dixie

    August 3, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    I am born and bred Southern. I am Jewish. I have been seriously been thinking about get a Star of David tatoo. I have decided to get a tatoo of the Star of David and a tatoo of the Confederate Flag. Loretta Lynch can kiss my Jewish Rebel arse!!!!!!!!!

  6. stevo

    August 24, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    Suck a dick u monkey.

  7. Denny

    August 25, 2016 at 6:11 am

    I curse the day I voted for Obama, he had me fooled! He appointed the most racist female to Attorney General, he’s taken the side of Islam, when he proclaimed being a Christian, he’s as “falsetto” as they come! In my lifetime, I never thought we’d have so much hate in our country, and it all came with a black man in the Oval office! The bible is clear, when he comes, he will have you all fooled, and if we can elect a leader, that will undermine all we have stood for, for the entirety of our Great Nation’s existence, and fundamentally change our way of life, truly the leader of the “dark side” can pull the wool over our eyes, and laugh while he’s doing it! I now pray, our country has an awakening, before we have no U.S. Old Glory waving proudly in our lives, nobody is allowed to celebrate Christmas, and hate abounds, in the hearts and minds of all men, and it’s based on skin color, religious beliefs, and sexual orientation. Someone has tried to turn this country upside down, to bring it to the ground, and we must rise up, and stand our ground for what we had and loved with all our hearts and souls. Pray for America!

    • Rick Sorensen

      August 25, 2016 at 2:35 pm

      Well said!

  8. Bmccoy

    August 25, 2016 at 11:31 am

    For many decades foreign communists countries have declared that they would, and Have, sent Communists-Socialist Terrioriats to America to Divide and Conquer us from within … !!!

  9. Rebel

    August 27, 2016 at 8:17 am

    I see black history month as racist if we cant have white history at all without it being racist…

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