Like the longest line I'm Julie Walker


Motions are running high Mississippi but the fate of the last state flag in the U. S. that includes the Confederate battle emblem hangs in the balance of the state legislature two sons of Mississippi to opposite views of the flag both at the state capitol to try and sway lawmakers reference C. J. Rhodes who is black says it represents darker days that his parents and grandparents had to live through the government and various others used it as a symbol of the city who was white was driving a pickup truck around the state capitol with U. S. and state flags flying as well as one supporting trump and a protest sign reading they will take our flags guns and freedom

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