The left’s politically correct crusade to rewrite American history has been rampaging across America.

Now it’s heading to the Supreme Court.

And the case could allow the liberals to erase one state’s flag.

A black Mississippi man is arguing that the state flag could be considered hate speech and symbolizes white supremacy because it features the Confederate emblem.

Carlos Moore argued in a claim that lower courts ignored his somewhat baffling accusations, and his plea to have the symbol removed.

The Daily Caller reports:

A black Mississippi man who thinks the state flag symbolizes white supremacy is taking his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to the Associated Press.

Carlos Moore argues in a claim filed Wednesday that lower courts should not have dismissed his lawsuit that purports the flag to be “state-sanctioned hate speech” and wants to symbol removed. He also claims the flag violates his constitutional right to equal protection.

His initial lawsuit failed to show identifiable legal injury, leading the U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Mississippi to throw out the case.

Judge Reeves, also a black Mississippian, went on a lengthy rant about white supremacy in his decision however.

The Daily Caller reports:

Because the suit failed to show identifiable legal injury, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Mississippi Carlton Reeves, also African-American, rejected Moore’s argument without ruling on its merits.

Nevertheless, Judge Reeves dedicated nine pages of his decision to explaining how he agreed that the Confederate flag had a connection to efforts by white supremacists in the Deep South to maintain racial segregation in the years leading up to Mississippi’s adoption of the flag, which has a Confederate emblem in the upper left quarter.

Social justice warriors and their vendetta against history are getting out of hand.

Liberal “snowflakes” use the violence of history as an excuse to cause problems and to aggravate already tense racial relations.

Of similar controversy is the removal of Confederate statues across the nation by liberal groups advocating that they should be considered symbols of hate.

But the question is not whether a Confederate symbol is one of hate, it is whether it is right or not to erase parts of history.

Now it is up to the Supreme Court to make a final decision on the matter.

Is the Confederate symbol a symbol of hate, or of historical violence we should learn from?

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