First we broke the story about you about CAIR being allowed to have a float participate in the Tulsa, Oklahoma Veterans Day parade – and the group “Turn Your Back on CAIR” which spawned from the controversy.
Now it’s come out that the organizers of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Veterans Day parade denied a group remembering the Confederacy because they’re “too controversial,” but the radical Muslim group CAIR is just dandy?
What is going on here?
Controversy is still brewing around Tulsa’s upcoming Veterans Day Parade.
A group in our area that supports the Confederacy said it was not allowed to join the event this year, and now it plans to file a formal complaint against the city.
The group Confederate Veterans Lives Matter wanted to be a part of Wednesday’s parade, flying their Confederate flags, but the committee said no.
The group called it unfair, but parade organizers said they have rules that weren’t being followed.
Arlene Barnum and Allen Branch, with the group, are hoping to get answers from City Hall.
They had planned to add their float to Wednesday’s Veterans Day Parade to honor what they said is an often-overlooked group, Confederate veterans.
“Just a regular old float, have the Confederate flag up there like we have mounted on our trucks, and have some people on the float, and wave our flags and have some visibility,” Barnum said.
Join the group “Turn Your Back on CAIR” HERE
The Confederate Veterans Lives Matter Group formed this summer after hearing South Carolina banned the rebel flag.
The parade would have been their first opportunity to showcase their cause to the public, but they claim the parade’s leaders turned them away.
Branch said, “I’m here for, to get a Confederate Veterans Float in the Parade, and he said, ‘Well, you’re in the wrong building.'”…
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