There were no shortage of antiques up for sale at the annual Sussex Flea Market, but one relic of the past flapping in the wind caused a stir among some shoppers. “I passed one stall and I saw they were flying the Confederate flag,” said Katherine Piercey, a patron of the market. It was flying at the corner of a beige tent co-run by Tommy Mullin. Inside the tent, Confederate flags and bandanas with the same pattern were up for sale, alongside fidget spinners and bedazzled hats.
- A Sussex County lawmaker is defending a photo he shared on Facebook of himself and his wife standing by a Confederate flag.
- The flag features the singer’s face along with the inscription, “If the South would’ve won, we would’ve had it made.”
- The Democratic Assembly candidates Kate Matteson and Gina Trish called Space’s behavior “disrespectful to the thousands of constituents he represents.”
“A Sussex County lawmaker is defending a photo he shared on Facebook of himself and his wife standing by a Confederate flag.”
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