Oklahomans Give Obama The One Finger Salute As He Arrives, But Guess Who Organized It…

On Wednesday, Barack Obama arrived in Oklahoma City, where he was greeted by a mob of protesters proudly waving the Confederate flag, and you might be surprised by who organized the demonstration.

Supporters of the flag lined the streets as Obama’s motorcade drove through to his hotel, trying to send a very distinct message to the agitator-in-chief — it’s not about hate, it’s about heritage.

“Hell, I’m just out here supporting my flag, not racists. I don’t want no problems with anybody,” a supporter said, according to KFOR.

Their clear message of pride and unity is a direct contrast to what’s been perpetuated by the left-wing media, who’s intent on stigmatizing everything associated with the Confederate flag. But while it’s not surprising that people showed up to protest Obama, what might catch you off guard is who organized this particular event.

“We don’t believe it’s a symbol of racism,” said Andrew Duncomb, who calls himself the “Black Rebel” and was an organizer for the event.

Andrew “Black Rebel” Duncomb

Duncomb says the anger at the flag is misplaced and that the outrage is merely a diversion from the real issues we face.

“They’re blaming the racist problems on the flag and not on the real problems of America,” said Duncomb. “Through the race lies the people who carry and harbor the hate inside.”

Duncomb also pointed out something about the protesters that is likely going to be missed by those who accuse flag supporters of harboring hatred.

“Again, look at these people, they all followed the black guy out here,” observed Duncomb. “Do you think that any of them are racists?” More


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