No Confederate flags, but Amazon will sell you a KKK t-shirt


burgundyyears

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They also removed the Rhodesian flags and old South African flags. You can still get your Saddam-era Iraqi flags and your WWII-era Japanese rising sun flags though.
 

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Did you forget the KKK rally in NYC? That was like 1998 or 99.

They still have a right to assemble. In context, black Hebrew Israelites spew hate speech every day all over the city, without permits. They just set up shop, spew garbage for 10 hours, and are largely given a pass.
 

LIVEFRMNYC

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Did you forget the KKK rally in NYC? That was like 1998 or 99.

They still have a right to assemble. In context, black Hebrew Israelites spew hate speech every day all over the city, without permits. They just set up shop, spew garbage for 10 hours, and are largely given a pass.
I never said they didn't have the right.

But anyways, they actually don't have choice of venue. The approval of a KKK rally at SC statehouse grounds could have been rightfully denied.


Also, the KKK might be breaking the law. Let's see if the cops actually enforce any KKK member to show their identity.


http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t16c007.php
SECTION 16-7-110. Wearing masks and the like.

No person over sixteen years of age shall appear or enter upon any lane, walk, alley, street, road, public way or highway of this State or upon the public property of the State or of any municipality or county in this State while wearing a mask or other device which conceals his identity. Nor shall any such person demand entrance or admission to or enter upon the premises or into the enclosure or house of any other person while wearing a mask or device which conceals his identity. Nor shall any such person, while wearing a mask or device which conceals his identity, participate in any meeting or demonstration upon the private property of another unless he shall have first obtained the written permission of the owner and the occupant of such property.
 
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