Say, friend, are you a proud Southerner? Are you a Yankee like me, but have deep familial roots in the South? Are you just a free-thinking Northerner appalled by the politically correct crusade against the Stars ’n’ Bars? Well, if you’ve answered “yes” to any of the above, congratulations, you’ve likely been smeared as a racist.
But don’t worry; thanks to an ingenious new endeavor by a no-nonsense black entrepreneur, you can show your support for the Confederate Flag and have a bona fide “defend yourself against accusations of racism” card.
A “real-live black guy” is selling Confederate Flags in an effort to earn some coin while doing something to fightback against the ridiculous crusade.
Taking advantage of the void in the market after Amazon, Ebay, Target, Walmart and a variety of other markets succumbed to PC lunacy and stopped selling the flag, a young man named AJ Hall has started BuyConfederateFlagsFromABlackGuy.com.
Set against the sound of “Dixie,” Hall explains his disgust for the PC war against the flag and offers a solution: buy one of these supposed “racist symbols” from a black man.
“As an American, an entrepreneur and a lover of freedom, I get it: it’s about heritage, not hate,” Hall asserts.
Hall also admits that the “liberal media” is likely to twist the narrative when a white person buys a flag from another white person. By engaging in commerce and giving money to a black man in exchange for a flag, one can “prove to the world that it’s not about hate.”
“If the Confederate Flag was a symbol of racism, could you buy one from a black guy?” Hall asks.
“There are some out there who stop me from selling these flags. Hmm. Stopping a black man from earning an honest living? Who’s the real racist?”
As an added and funny bonus, Hall claims that all flags sold by his company are hand-folded by a “real-life black guy” and come with an autographed picture of him to show you’re not a racist.
Okay, the premise is a bit tongue-in-cheek, but it’s ingenious. Not only is this young man shrewdly identifying a void in the market and working to fill it, but he’s debunking the preposterous liberal narrative in the process while getting more of these flags into the hands of people.
The marketing may be a bit absurd, but that’s why it’s funny. Think about it: what commercials do you remember? The dry ones or the funny Super Bowl commercials?
I would certainly buy a flag from this young man if I weren’t already stocked with a good supply of indoor and outdoor Confederate Flags…
…And if I gave a rat’s behind about being called a racist by leftist morons with no understanding of history nor any reverence for culture and diversity of identities.