Having widely adopted an anti-Southern policy of “cleansing” the South of Confederate flags, signs and monuments in the wake of the Charleston massacre – as demanded by Black Leftists – the Republican Party further drove home its opposition to Southern identity and heritage this week. GOP leaders in Oklahoma called Southerners who showed up with Confederate flags to protest US President Obama “embarrassing,” “insensitive” and “disappointing.” The controlled opposition party insisted that Obama’s office “deserves respect” as they ripped their own voters.
Republican Congressman Tom Cole of Oklahoma’s Fourth District released a statement which sounded virtually indistinguishable from the rhetoric of Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson attacking Southern protesters and praising the US presidential office. Cole won his district with 70.8% of the vote in 2014. His conservative district (which is 79% White) is ripe territory for a well-organized and serious Southern nationalist party running to the Right of Cole – which is wide open territory.
Republican Congressman Frank Lucas also attacked Southern protesters. He represents the State’s Third District (which is 83% White). He won exactly 83% of the vote in the 2014 election.