Dem Mayor Throws “No Whites” Holiday Party

In a rather startling turn of events, Democrats have apparently decided to be openly racist around the holiday season, specifically by making their “anti-white” agenda explicitly clear.

Just how clear?

Well, Boston Democrat Mayor Michelle Wu, apparently determined to expose the hatred burrowed in her heart, thought it would be a great idea to host an “Electeds of Color Holiday Party.”

So, Wu, who was only recently elected, has basically decided to start her mayorship on a rather hateful note.

After all, seven city council members in Boston are white, and they were roundly dismissed from the holiday function.

Hilariously, Ms. Wu’s Director of Council Relations, Denise DosSantos, accidentally sent a holiday party invitation to all members of the Boston City Council, including the seven white members.

Predictably, DosSantos is black, an apparent requirement to be Wu’s “director.”

And, even more predictably, the typical diversity picks proceed to cause even more destruction after making predictable mistakes.

Just consider the absolute tone-deaf nature of DosSantos’s panicked follow-up email, issued 15 minutes later, after she realized that she accidentally invited white people to an official city function.

DosSantos, if you can believe it, was insane enough to put in writing that white people were not invited to Wu’s party.

“I wanted to apologize for my previous email regarding a Holiday Party for tomorrow …  did send that to everyone by accident, and I apologize if my email may have offended or came across as so. Sorry for any confusion this may have caused,” DosSantos ignorantly wrote.

Any confusion this may have caused? How about the total shock that such open racism against whites may have caused?!

Even worse, Wu herself attempted to double down on the disinvitation.

When asked if the party was divisive, Wu declared, “no.”

She also added that the party was all about “identity and culture and heritage,” as if white people have neither identity, nor culture, nor heritage.

Frankly, her excuse sounds like critical race theory word salad.

But as public backlash grew, Wu apparently did a sudden about-face, claiming that the entire exclusion of whites was just “an accident” … despite her own director sending an email saying that whites were most definitely not invited.

“We had individual conversations with everyone, so people understand that it was truly just an honest mistake that went out in typing the email field … I think we’ve all been in a position at one point where an email went out, and there was a mistake in the recipient,” Wu whined.

Is she for real? That excuse is almost more pathetic than the original concept for the party itself.

Note to Ms. Wu: A “mistake” would be a typo.

A full-on message that proclaims that white people are not welcome is not a mistake. That’s just hate.

Especially when Wu’s first response is to double down on excluding whites before decided to adopt a different tactic.

After all, she needs someone to fund her re-election campaign at some point, and those funds probably won’t come from the criminals who likely serve as her primary base.

And, even more revoltingly, Wu claimed that her intention is for “all kinds of communities” to come together.

“It is my intention that we can, again, be a city that lives our values and create space for all kinds of communities to come together,”

Oh sure, Ms. Wu.

By driving out all the white people. You know, the ones that pay the majority of the taxes for her to be able to hold such blatantly racist holiday parties in the first place, courtesy of so-called city resources.

Frankly, how is Ms. Wu’s little shindig not an egregious violation of antidiscrimination laws? Or do those laws not apply to anyone who happened to be born with less melanin their skin?

One thing is for sure: From AOC to Wu, Boston sure does turn out some whacked out racists.

Author: Jane Jones


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