Halloween’s Racism Fit

As “Halloween” approaches he annual screeching of the easily “offended” can be heard throughout the land.

The bullying and policing of “costumes, decorations and party themes” has moved from “woke” universities to “woke” corporations.

Halloween the “pagan” ritual is pretty popular. Front yards are transformed into a graveyard. Skeletons, pumpkins, and assorted props with a “black, orange and white” color scheme are plentiful.

However, this year it looks like anyone possessing or displaying plastic pumpkins in “black” color are racist.

Bed Bath & Beyond has stopped selling black “jack-o’-lanterns” amid complaints that they are another form of “blackface.”

The home goods store stopped selling the product following the “outrage” over a Halloween display using the pumpkins in Nyack, New York.

Wilbur Aldridge, the regional director at the NAACP, said in a statement that the pumpkin design “shows an extreme lack of sensitivity.”

“By now I would believe everyone would know that anything in Black face is offensive… Equally as offensive is that a retail store would have such an item in their inventory for general purchase,” the statement read.

According to News 12, some residents were concerned that the black “jack-o’-lanterns” displayed out front of a local law office, were “racially” offensive.

Anything black is “blackface”? What does that actually mean? A plastic pumpkin for Halloween decorations can be any color but if it’s “black” it is blackface?

Of course, the corporate execs immediately rolled over in the face of this manufactured crisis.

We’ve seen for years now that universities, sites of “Great Wokeness” who hold annual Sex Weeks, become cultural “zombies” when it comes to “Halloween” costumes.

Each year the list of what students can’t “wear” grows as it becomes an annual rite for the self-declared “oppressed” snowflakes to come up with new items that suddenly “offend” them.

I don’t know about you. But I’ve had it up to here with incessant pilgrimages to “You-Can’t-Do-That” racism.

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