Eye on the left: American, Not Confederate, Flag The Real Problem

Following the slaying of nine people by a young white supremacist in Charleston, S.C,, calls for the removal of statues of Confederate generals, similar to this one of Robert E. Lee in the Old House chambers in the Virginia capitol building in Richmond, have proliferated.

Don't stop with Confederate flag

Left-wing darling Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam group, thinks the country shouldn't stop at taking down the Confederate flag in South Carolina and elsewhere. No, he said amid cheers at the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., last week, "we need to put the American flag down. Because we've caught as much h-- under that as the Confederate flag."

"White folks march with you because they don't want you upsetting the city," he said. "They don't give a d-- about them dead [nine people in Charleston, S.C.]."

Farrakhan went on tell the crowd that when the Charleston police took suspected slayer Dylann Roof to Burger King, they told him, "You did a good job.