Confederate Flag Parade Ends With A Crash: ‘God Don’t Like Ugly’ NSFW Video Gets 500,000 Views [Live Leak Video]

Well, the video titled “Confederate Flag Parade – Wait for it…” on Live Leak has gone viral with 517,985 views and counting. Be warned, the NSFW video displaying a Confederate flag parade gone wrong contains plenty of cursing as the narrator continually swears in disbelief at the Confederate flag parade he is watching. From the vantage point of a Dalton, Georgia, gas station, the narrator can hardly believe that the local police have blocked off the streets for a parade of Confederate flag waving vehicles to pass through.

“God don’t like ugly!” According to Fast Company, that’s the fitting refrain that the video’s narrator and creator proclaims when he notices that the trucks and cars traveling in the parade with Confederate flags waving in the wind are moving too fast. Eventually, one vehicle slams into the back of another, and the videographer can’t help but move closer to the action to proclaim the comeuppance he’s witnessed with instant karma.

As recently as Friday, President Obama addressed the controversy concerning the Confederate flag in respect to Dylann Roof’s penchant for the flag, as reported by the Inquisitr. The Commander-in-Chief called the flag a reminder of the systemic oppression and racial subjugation of years gone by.

The viral video has gained a plethora comments beneath the controversial footage, with some unprintable reactions to the video on Live Leak appearing aplenty.

It’s fitting that the video comes with the “wait for it” warning in the description of the footage — since it takes more than a minute for the parade of Confederate waving flag cavalcade of SUVs and huge trucks to end in a fender bender.

“Oh, they about to wreck!”

The heated reaction between those who believe the Confederate flag should only fly within the walls of a museum matches wits against those who believe the Confederate flag symbolizes the lives of soldiers who fought and died for a cause they believed in. Since that Confederate flag’s cause symbolized slavery, the controversy remains on whether or not the Confederate flag should fly over the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia, South Carolina.

As reported by UPI, the Georgia Confederate flag parade fender-bender was viewed as the ultimate karma for those who believe the Confederate flag represents a symbol of hate and are fighting for all Confederate battle flags to be removed from their places of honor above government buildings and Capitol grounds.

[Image via Live Leak]