Heritage Victim Mentality: Tripp Lewis reincarnate?


(Images courtesy of Facebook)





Despite all of the wild claims floating around the interwebs, I'm hearing that this kid was arrested for creating a disturbance, not for trying to keep his ugly rag as they want you to believe. That is to be expected, as the modus operandi of the Confederate Heritage movement is to make themselves as big a public nuisance as possible.  





(Image courtesy of Facebook)



Folks, I can guarantee that there is more to this story. I'm also hearing that our good buddy Kirk Lyons is on the case. Be that as it may, Susan Hathaway sees a little Tripp Lewis in this fella. Imagine that.





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  1. I read a Facebook message from Dylan Wood which claimed that he wasn't "hammered" during this incident, though another person claimed he was. Hmmm...

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    1. https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10101167663096294&id=70300779&set=p.10101167663096294&source=47

      "First, I was not hammered, I never took a breathalyzer. I was asked to leave, I tried to leave but I didn't want to give up my flag. The people around me had maybe 3 flags in the area. I never once fell down any stairs as I have the whole conversation on video from the moment I first came in contact with the officer to the moment I was arrested. I was very respectful of the officer at all times (also shown in my video). If I did stumble at all it was because he was forcefully trying to take my flag as I was leaving and I was trying to retain possession of a flag that means a lot to me.

      In the future I would hope a journalist like yourself would check with the facts from the actual parties involved rather than spreading what could be considered slander by some. (I have at least 4 witnesses that could back me up)"

      "As you can also tell I was trying to be complacent and leave. I apologize to you and Mr. Powers if I am not the student you are both referencing, but I was the main one senator Mcdaniel shared about so I feel as though I am being attacked without being spoken to first...."

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  2. What wild claims are floating around? What did he do to "create a disturbance"? In the video, the cop is clearly reaching for his flag, and he's holding it away from the cop. That may not be the cause of the arrest, but it did happen, because it is documented on video.

    Also, there may be official lies being told about this young man, and he may have been given no choice but to confirm them. After all, there's a lot of official lying going on at Ole Miss. A LOT. This whole no-sticks, flags-disrupt-the-view, no-playing-Dixie is a draconian war on the heritage of the state and the university -- and it is requiring the kind of suppression practiced by communist regimes in the 20th century ... yes, it's a mild version because it's in the early stages, but already, Ole Miss (which receives federal funding and is subject to the First Amendment and thus is prohibited from infringing on free speech) is violating people's constitutional right to free expression, for made-up, invalid reasons.

    Only time will tell, but this could be the first real step to erasing our nation and culture and replace it with something too horrible to contemplate. Attacking and eradicating Confederate symbology is could be the excuse for ushering in an era of Soviet-style totalitarianism. I know leftists want communist totalitarianism in this country (or they think they do) but they need to remember what history confirms -- what follows the establishment of totalitarian control is the murder of millions by the state. In the 20th century, it happened in the USSR, in China, in Korea, Vietnam, eastern Europe....150 million dead. Murdered. War casualties not included.

    There is no Confederate States of America, so it threatens nobody. But the insane war to wipe out visual reminders of it could set precedent for herding ordinary Americans into gulags, or standing them before firing squads...

    You are sooooo scared of dopey Nazis, fat guys with tattoos and deficient educations who aren't a threat while major state universities in this countries are becoming miniature police states, with Ole Miss in the lead.

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    1. Connie, I am not making claims either way, I'm just relaying what I'm reading from Heritage folks.

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    2. Connie doesn't like it when you use their words against them...she thinks that is unfair.

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    3. You know what's interesting is where they got the flags. It's almost as if the Heritage folks are purposely trying to force these altercations to happen with their own childish behavior.

      http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2016/10/who-is-stirring-up-trouble-in.html?m=1

      You don't pass out 600 flags before a game for no reason.

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    4. I just spoke with a representative at the Campus Police Department by phone who confirmed the incident. She said that the incident did occur. The student was arrested for disorderly conduct (failure to comply), public drunk (her words, not mine) and possession of alchohol by a "minor" (under 21).

      I challenged her on how they determined he was intoxicated and she could not answer that question. I also relayed that he has apparently claimed online that he was not given a breathalyzer.

      The representative said that just having the flag wasn't the initial reason, the size of the flag was. I am making no claims as to whether or not the schools actions were either legal or necessary, just relaying what their representative told me by phone.

      If anyone would like to confirm, the number is 662-915-7234.

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    5. I think they're lying. The university has become expert at lying....

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    6. Everyone but you and the Va. Flaggers lie...in your world they have to in order for you to demonize them to fit your agenda. It must be hard and exhausting to always have to question what everyone says and try to find the "hidden meaning" to everyone's actions.

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    7. Why, no, Corey. They only lie when they lie. The sticks, flags, signs, banners, etc., weren't banned because they prevented people from seeing the game. That was a blatant lie, since they had never done that for all the decades Ole Miss has played football. This is all about targeting Confederate symbols and totally erasing them from campus. There's nothing "hidden" about this. Note that the "danger" of blocking some spectator's view doesn't occur at most other colleges and stadiums... Old Miss lies....

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    8. I don't see flags at any other stadium. You are making excuses. And so what if it is about the confederate flag...are colleges and universities not able to move past that flag. Are they not allowed to make their events more inclusive to others? That flag represents one thing...and you know what it is.

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  3. "You don't pass out 600 flags before a game for no reason."

    Well, duh. I wonder what that reason could be? To show support for the state flag? To PROTEST the university's Stalin-style repression of the state flag?

    Who said they could support and protest? What makes them think this is okay? Oh, the effrontery...

    Jacob, you are always talking about your right to cyber-stalk, lie about, and trash and slander people you don't like... But these folks don't have the same right -- to support what they support, and to protest the targeting of it?

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    1. This, just in from a Police Department representative by email:

      "I will not discuss specific cases. If we are speaking in general terms, there is NO requirement for a breathalyzer for public drunk. The odor of an alcoholic beverage and visible signs of impairment are enough. I am not sure of the specifics of the case, but I would assume there is more to the story.

      Banners/flags were passed out by a group on campus. Though it has been publicized what the size limitation is for the stadium, the group opted to hand out banners/flags that were OVER the 8.5” X 11” size that has been widely communicated. They measured 12” x 18.5” (and attached to sticks which are not allowed), and then there were some large banners/flags in the stadium as well. We enforced the stadium policy. If people are hiding the articles to get them into the stadium, then they know they should not have them inside. When confronted by police or event management staff, they then have three options, relinquish the item, leave with the item, or do neither and be arrested for failure to comply (NOT for having a banner). Refusing to give up the item and staying inside the stadium is not an option. We provide the options and people make their own choice. People may not agree with the policy, so they have the option to not attend the game. Smoking is not against state law, but is against university policy. We deal with many more people about putting their cigarettes out, and generally they do so without incident. Our message is the same …put it out or you can leave. It’s unfortunate that some people want to make it more than what it is, enforcing a stadium policy. People may not agree with the policy, but it is the policy and we will continue to enforce it. I can tell you the very first thing we dealt with Saturday was a sign for homecoming. It was over 8.5” x 11” so the person opted to give the sign to someone outside the stadium. Those against the policy will never understand or agree with the enforcement of the policy."


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    2. Why would you pass out 600 flags on sticks before the game when flags on sticks are not allowed in the stadium....?????....hmmmmm. Just redneck dumb here?

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    3. Sure sounds like deliberate and pre-meditated troublemaking, right?

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    4. 12” x 18.5” is the standard size by flag makers for stick flags. Blatant manipulation for Ole Miss to mandate 8.5” X 11” which isn't a size readily available. All kinds of dirty trickery going on at Ole Miss... that's what happens when the integrity-less left takes over...

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    5. That just means they are smart...lol

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