Perpetual outrage machine slams Nikki Haley after getting what it wants on Confederate flag

battleflag-scOn Monday, South Carolina Republican Governor Nikki Haley called for the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the State House.

In short, the left got what it wanted.  Naturally, that’s not enough for the perpetual outrage machine which continued to whine and gripe and moan on Twitter.

Among those not happy with Haley was Joan Walsh, who used the presser to attack the GOP governor:

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There was more — much more:

Then there was the obligatory jabs at Haley’s race:

One person summed it up quite nicely:

Now, Wal-Mart has bowed to pressure from the machine and has said it will no longer sell merchandise with the battle flag on it.

Twitchy added:

Will that include Lynyrd Skynyrd CDs that feature the Confederate flag in the packaging? Early signs point to “yes”:

A post at the Right Scoop observed, correctly:

Of course these idiots who were demanding that the confederate flag be taken down from in front of the capitol in South Carolina are now attacking the woman who changed course and is advocating for what they want. Because liberals are just filled with blind stupid rage and they can’t actually be happy ever.

While we’re at it, why don’t we just purge the Civil War from textbooks?




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