S.C. protesters want Confederate flag removed
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Hundreds of protesters gathered in South Carolina’s state capitol of Columbia, calling on the state to remove the confederate flag from its state house grounds.
With chants of “take it down”, protesters said the confederate flag was a symbol that widened racial divisions and didn’t belong there.
Mitt Romney joined the debate online. He tweeted that the flag should be taken down. President Obama replied, “Good point, Mitt.”