McComb School District took down the state flag at least 3 years ago. As posted earlier, they just renamed Pearl River Avenue (Hwy 44 through city limits) "Black Lives Matter Avenue".I was pleased to see both the American and current Mississippi state flags flying at our local neighborhood elementary school while my wife and I were out walking our dog last night.
Hopefully, that won't change here anytime soon.
Being the father of an Oberleutnant zur See (he rolls his eyes every time I say his rank in German. Except when he's in Germany. Then they're impressed. But here I go into the weeds again...) I am quite familiar with the various flags from charts he has on the wall. A current Midshipmen who is on "Sea Year" with USMMA just sailed into Norfolk on his container ship under the signal flag "Lima"; the entire crew has tested positive for COVID 19. Probably brought on board by some of the Filipino ABs. He's under quarantine, can't return to the USMMA nor transfer to his next ship to continue Sea Year, for at least 30 days.
I read a year or so ago that the SS / FBI / BATFE etc. were told that those displaying this flag in any form (flag, decal, etc.) should be considered a possible "extremist" and if it is necessary to approach such an individual, to do so with 'caution' (which is code for go in body armor with flash bangs and SMGs).
One of the links on this thread was to a story on WLBT. That stroy had a link to a complete list of reps and senators.I printed out the House vote list of who voted yea/nay to remove/change state flag, but I haven't been able to find a similar list for the Senate. Does anyone have a copy of the Senate list?
Does bing do the same as google. That yeller and black thing doesn't bring up crap.