By Hunter Wallace
I didn’t think it was a good idea to hold a Confederate flag rally in DC.
I thought it would be a waste of time to go up there. Why travel hundreds of miles to the place we want to secede from, in order to parade around in front of the dregs of society, who would inevitably reveal themselves to be a hateful, violent, vulgar mob, which I have seen on dozens of previous occasions?
The event went down pretty much exactly as I expected it would. In the two years the League of the South has been holding rallies in the South, we have never assaulted anyone, spit on anyone, or stolen anything from anyone who came out to oppose us. Those things are to be expected though from the “anti-racist” crowd who never fail to illustrate that they are the spitting image of everything they imagine us to be: