If You’re Child Wants to Be Moana for Halloween, You’re a Racist

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If you dress your child up as her beloved cartoon character Moana for Halloween, you’re a racist appropriating Hawaiian culture.

And we thought Hawaiians were Americans.

The hard-left/Liberals insist on making life as miserable and boring as possible. They want us continually stressed about what people are by race, gender, religion, and income level. No one is American to them, everyone is a hyphenated American. Identity politics is their mantra and they love to judge people by the color of their skin.

Liberals/Leftists take the fun out of everything. Why can’t we just have a normal, fun Halloween? What is wrong with these people?

Next up is an example to prove the point.

Cosmopolitan claims:

At this point, you might be saying something like: “But, I dressed up as Jasmine as a child, and I’m not a racist!”, or, “It’s just a Halloween costume, please chill the f*ck out.” But one of the best things about time is that it moves forward. You should too. You can (and should) strive to be better than you were 10, 20, or 30 years ago. If you missed the mark when you were younger, maybe think about using this Halloween as an opportunity to teach your kids about the importance of cultural sensitivity. If your child’s dream costume feels questionable, don’t just throw up your hands and hand over your credit card. You’re the parent here, and the onus of what your child wears falls on you.

If your kid wears a racist costume … you’re kind of wearing it too.

We probably should stop celebrating Christmas since it began as a German holiday. Forget wearing suits, that’s a White man’s thing. If you dress up as a Leprechaun, you’re insulting the Irish. No more cowboy and cowgirl hats – it’s appropriation. Do you hear that Rep. Frederica Wilson

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