COLUMBIA, S.C. — Sheri Few is not a fan of political correctness or the politicians who voted to remove the Confederate Flag from South Carolina state grounds.

“I saw it as a very weak, politically correct move on behalf of the legislators and the Governor,” says Few, who is running in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District to replace Mick Mulvaney, who was tapped by the Trump Administration to head the Office of Management and Budget.

Few has attacked fellow her GOP opponents, Ralph Norman and Tommy Pope, in a series of political ads.

“My issue is more about history and total, not just the flag itself,” says Few. “I also know there are many people who fly the [confederate] flag in their yards or have a symbol on their truck and it’s not a racist symbol to them, it’s about their Southern heritage.”…

Source: Sheri Few slams politicians who voted to remove Confederate flag | WCNC.com