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Well, thank you very much Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly, now that you've both done such a great public service and White-splained to us all that "Santa is not Black" we can just do away with the idea that anyone non-White has a right, let alone a duty, to let themselves be filled with the spirit of that ole' turk, St. Nicholaus, and get dressed up and all jolly, with the gifts and the giving and stuff.

Cuz if they do... Blam! They just might git Zimmermaned.

An African-America Santa Claus was shot in the back with a pellet gun during a toy giveaway in Washington, D.C. on Christmas Eve — and the whole thing was caught on video by a local news crew.

A WJLA photographer was interviewing the Santa Claus as he was waving to children on a Washington, D.C. street. The Santa then began screaming in pain.

“Somebody just shot me!” Santa says. “Something in my back. Ahh! Ahh! My back! Oh!”

According to WJLA, the pellet was still lodged in Santa’s shoulder when he was taken to a nearby hospital. A “Grinch” character filled in to finish the toy giveaway.

Merry Fracking Christmas, as long as all your Santa's are White.

Now, I know of course that it's fully possible that this had nothing to do with Megyn Kelly or Bill O'Reilly or White Santatm or anything like that.

DC is predominantly black, so it makes sense that Santa was black, and frankly the likelihood is that the shooter was black also.

But then again, since people like Kelly and her Pals the Palins seem to want to claim that people disagree with Phil Robertson because they are "Intolerant of Christians and the Gospel" why exactly should we give anyone the benefit of the doubt in this case?

I mean, other than it being the Christian thing to do?

At any rate, whoever did it, is a Frackhole.


Originally posted to Vyan on Wed Dec 25, 2013 at 09:22 AM PST.

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