The Washington Post’s Halloween costume hit job is a new low for cancel culture

The Washington Post’s Halloween costume hit job is a new low for cancel culture
Ralph Northam, then and now.

 [Ed. – There are steps you can take to immunize yourself from criticism for wearing black face. One is to change your name to ‘Ralph Northam.’]

A few years ago, something mildly embarrassing occurred at a Halloween party hosted by a Washington Post cartoonist: A white woman painted her face black and wore a name tag that read “Hello, My Name is Megyn Kelly,” in reference to the TV host’s controversial defense of white people wearing blackface. The intended butt of the joke would appear to be Kelly, not black people. Regardless, several guests approached the woman and explained to her that it was still not OK to wear blackface. …

Suffice it to say, this is not a story that needed to be told. The woman is not famous, she does not appear to hold any power, and is not seeking public office. But because two of the aggrieved guests … are still raw about it … a pair ofreporters … exhaustively chronicled the incident in a 3,000-word article for…The Washington Post.

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