Popcorn Time: What are the Flaggers planning for January 14th, and is it legal?

The Virginia Flaggers Facebook event for Lee-Jackson Day 2017. (Image courtesy of Facebook)




Folks, I don't think it's any big secret what the Flaggers are planning for January 14th.





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I think the question at this point is, what laws and ordinances are the city of Lexington going to enforce? So far, their responses to me privately, lead me to believe that they are going to allow the Flaggers to walk all over them. It's not surprising, that's what happens when you give an inch, they take a mile. And last year, they bragged about walking all over authority quite a bit. Here's a small sampling.




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This year, there's all of this talk of a parade. And who doesn't love a parade? I know I do!





Period attire for the parade, please and thank you. (Image courtesy of Facebook)




But some folks are asking "What of a permit?"






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Good question. I wonder what the law says?




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Well now. That seems pretty self explanatory. But what if they aren't in the street? Can you imagine what a clusterfuck 400 people marching on the sidewalks is going to be? Oh yeah, and there's also this...




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I'll check with the city again before the event, but so far, their responses to me don't seem to indicate that they are prepared to do much, if anything about whatever unfolds on the 14th. And we won't really know what the Flaggers are going to do, until they do it, but we do have some early indicators. So sit back, pop some popcorn, and get ready to munch.





Restoring the honor!






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  1. Oh look, George Bishop. He is an alias that they have blamed on me. To funny!

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