The United States of Confederate America?

Several people sent me a link to a recent Atlantic article tilted, “The United States of Confederate America.”

I had to cover it on The Brion McClanahan Show.

The piece is an example of the absolute disdain the progressive left has for rural America, specifically white, high-school educated, middle and lower middle class Americas. These are the “deplorables,” the rural Americans that cling to their God and guns.

And you know what really bothers these leftist dopes? They like Confederate symbols.

Of course this means they are racist. And sexist. And anti-Semitic. And worst of all, stupid.

How could an American in Pennsylvania who possibly had Union veteran ancestors fly a Confederate flag? Or in Michigan? Or North California?

Because these people know what our leftist snowflake writer does not. Confederate flags represent defiance to the American establishment regime. They are a pure Jeffersonian symbol of the original principles of the federal republic, namely self-determination and government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”

A few years ago, a listener told me about a visit by some Chinese businessmen to Dallas in the 1980s. They didn’t want to see where JFK was shot. They wanted to see the Robert E. Lee monument. Again, Lee represents a big middle finger to the woke, totalitarian, centralizers in Washington D.C.

Everyone in the world knows it.

It also shows that Americans really love Southern culture, it’s music, food, fashion, and accent.

No one calls Boston to hear a Yankee talk on the phone, but they sure will get a Southern lady to keep talking to them.

There’s no better accent in the world.

And people want to be Southern. This is why Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Dukes of Hazzard were so popular in the 1970s and 1980s.

As Hank Williams, Jr. said, “The New South, thank God, is still the same.” And still has room to grow.

I discuss this ridiculous piece on episode 720 of The Brion McClanahan Show.

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