The Toronto Star is furious:
"Racist Halloween costumes still abound in Toronto stores”
We have terrorists in Canada, open borders, a finance minister hiding his secret assets — and the Star has found a worthy subject of investigation: a Halloween costume called “Dream Catcher Cutie.”
But if you were racist against Indians, you wouldn’t want to dress up as a beautiful Indian princess. It makes no sense.
Half-way through this breathless article, they sort of admit: it’s not really racist at all.
So what’s the problem here again?
It's that the outrage industry needs something new to be outraged about.
The CBC is all over this “news,” too:
"What not to wear: Poster campaign highlights offensive Halloween costumes”
So one branch of the state — the state broadcaster — is backing up what another government agency, a Canadian university, is doing.
The Globe and Mail doesn’t want to be left out:
“What not to wear: Ontario school board targets offensive Halloween costumes”
Costumes like… “terrorist.” No, don’t stereotype terrorists — they’re people too!
But it’s easier for a school board to focus on this than to, say, focus on spelling tests or the times tables, isn’t it?
And it’s easier for a scolding journalist at the CBC to scream at everyone instead of looking at the flaws in their own rotting organization...
NEXT: Candice Malcolm joins me to talk about her exclusive front page story in the Sun today:
Morneau Shepell — the firm founded by the father of Finance Minister Bill Morneau — has a contract with the Bank of Canada worth over $8 million.
The Rebel will do what we did last year:
Pulling back the curtain on the virtue-signally globalist elites, and bringing you stories no one else will report.
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