Wal-Mart, Amazon, and even Etsy have banned the sale of merchandise depicting the Confederate flag, which covers a myriad of products.
The retailers pulled the items following the massacre of nine individuals at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. The alleged killer is Dylann Roof, who is seen in many photos holding the rebel banner.
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Besides a flag itself, the Confederate symbol is also featured on these unusual items, which may or may not still be available:
1. Toy cars
The small replica of the General Lee Dodge Charger featured in “The Dukes of Hazzard” will no longer be sold by Warner Bros. studio because the Confederate flag is printed on the vehicle’s roof.
2. Kanye West merchandise
When the rapper first released the "Yeezus" tour T-shirts and gear, it caused quite a stir in 2013, but West argued, "I made the song 'New Slaves.' So I took the Confederate flag and made it my flag," he told Los Angeles' 97.1 AMP radio station
3. Bikinis and speedos
4. 'Clinton for President' buttons
According to Breitbart, pins demonstrating support
for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign surfaced on eBay for the Arkansas Travelers, a Clinton-backed group that traveled to raise support for both President Bill Clinton’s and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s runs for office.
5. Belt buckles
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