Originally published 02/05/2018
South Carolina gubernatorial candidate Catherine Templeton touts Confederate roots and outsider status at Bob Jones University
“I think it’s important to note that my family didn’t fight because we had slaves. My family fought because the federal government was trying to tell us how to live.”
Originally published 08/03/2017
South Carolina governor candidate Catherine Templeton's 'proud of the Confederacy' remarks stir controversy
She made waves in her first public forum as gubernatorial candidate by saying she is “proud of the Confederacy" and pledged “we’re not going to rewrite history” by removing Confederate monuments.
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