South Carolina Just Debuted Its New State Flag – And Nearly Everyone Hates It

I wouldn’t be happy with it


H/T Western Journal.

The palmetto tree looks like it had a bad case of scurvy and rickets after surviving a hurricane.

South Carolina historians unveiled their new design for the South Carolina state flag late last month and received swift backlash from the public.

“The Palmetto State” has not had an official state flag since 1940, leading to various designs of the blue flag with a crescent and palmetto tree being used by different manufacturers, according to WCIV-TV.

A team of historians was tasked with “proposing an official, uniform design for the state flag based on historically accurate details and legislative adoptions” in 2018, the South Carolina State Flag Study Committee report read.

Scott Malyerck, a political consultant who first proposed standardizing the flag and served on the committee, said the group took elements of the design from the state’s early roots in the Revolutionary War, The Post…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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