I think I can safely say that as someone who is neither a conservative, nor is necessarily right-wing, alt-right, “alt-lite”, and/or far-right, overall, both politically, socially, economically, etc., this new comic posted by StoneToss
(of whom there is still no actual proof
that he is actually, indisputably
a Nazi) once again cements his reputation as someone who, in most cases that I have seen so far (and there’s a pretty good amount of them that I have, believe me), consistently never misses.
He is right on the money, regarding what people who are most-often liberal or leftist typically appear to think of people sporting Confederate memorabilia, even though they may not actually know such people who are sporting such memorabilia, personally, as in what they are as a person—and more importantly, whether or not they are actually, truly racist—which is where they seem to automatically assume
shit about said people, rather than actually finding out who they really are as people, which is indeed a major
part of the key underlying commentary of this comic, here.
This shitstorm has been ongoing since 2015, and practically no one has ever appeared to shed any light on this important issue within the discourse surrounding people who sport Confederate symbolism that claim to not actually be racist, and are only trying to repurpose/rebrand/reappropriate such symbolism, memorabilia, and/or imagery in a way that—in their point of view, at least—isn’t actually racist, pro-slavery, anti-black, and/or a white supremacist, and/or how they should be viewed.