Does it count as racism in Obamaland when something like this happens? Of course not.
Anthony Hervey, a fixture in his community and supporter of the Confederate Flag, was killed on Sunday when the car he was driving ran off the road and flipped, The Clarion-Ledger reported.
Hervey, 49, and passenger Arlene Barnum, were on their way back to Oxford, Miss., after attending the “Monumental Dixie” rally in Birmingham, Ala., in support of the Confederate flag.
Barnum told the Associated Press that Hervey swerved and crashed after another car filled with four or five young black men began chasing them — she said Hervey was driving her SUV, which was not displaying any Confederate flags or stickers.
Barnum, who attracted some media attention at Sunday’s rally when she lit her NAACP membership card on fire, posted photos of the rally on Facebook, and in the immediate aftermath of the crash, posted horrifying messages during the crash.
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