Nikki and the state of SC joined 26 other states in the Texas v United States case. Nikki was on same side as the restraining order that was ordered before she turned around and executed the refugee plan. The same type of policy she was fighting against in Brownsville case. There are two other contradictory positions. The AG apparently agreed to both the Texas case having SC join but then to also enter the refugee program. The webs they weave are about to catch up.
Beginning here in South Carolina with the removal of the Confederate Battleflag from beside the Confederate Soldiers’ Monument on the Statehouse grounds, we have seen an endless string of attacks on our flags, monuments, and even the very graves of our noble Confederate ancestors.
Last July, when the powerful forces of political correctness were bearing down on the Palmetto State, our legislators, many of whom had previously pretended to be an ally, cowered under the heat of the national media spotlight.
When the actual vote came down in the State Senate, only three Senators voted right, but only one Senator took the floor to unashamedly defend our heritage and make the case to keep it flying: that Senator was SCV Compatriot Lee Bright.
Sen. Bright made a forceful and courageous stand, not only on the floor of the Senate, but he braved numerous interviews with the national media, all while being excoriated and threatened for refusing to toe the party line.
I hope you haven’t forgotten about the courageous stand Sen. Bright took because, I can tell you, our enemies haven’t.
At the time of the vote last year, they vowed to defeat Sen. Bright in his re-election. They want to be rid of him, and they are spending tens of thousands of dollars on radio and television attacking Sen. Bright for his conservative stands on everything from government spending to his fight to prevent President Obama from forcing us to open the ladies bathroom to men who “identify” as women.
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