The Huffington Post produced a report which explored the possibility that the children’s Christmas classic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer , is a racist story.
Most people view Rudolph as a heart-warming tale of an outcast reindeer who is bullied as a youngster because he’s just a little different, but later uses what sets him apart as a means to save Christmas.
Not the Huffington Post, for some reason.
Describing the story as “problematic” and the main character as a “marginalized reindeer,” the far-left publication explored several issues they found with Rudolph, including the suggestion that the story is one of racism and even promoting the idea that Santa is “a bigoted exploitative prick.”
It is a truly astonishing level of liberal hysteria to produce something of this nature …
The Huffington Post, aside from citing the message that Santa is bigoted, believes his entire operation with the elves is racist.
One tweet that they mention within the short video reads, “Santa’s operation is an HR nightmare and in serious need of diversity and inclusion training.”
The head man at the North Pole is chastised for berating Rudolph’s father over his son’s shiny nose.
Additionally, seemingly unaware that most stories have both protagonists and antagonists, the Post highlights Rudolph’s terrible father and gym coach.
The father is labeled “verbally abusive” while the gym coach is accused of encouraging bullying.
Huffington Post Gets Wrecked
It took no time at all for level-headed people to slam the Huffington Post for the ridiculous analysis of the children’s classic. Even the President’s son felt compelled to chime in on the topic.
Others roasted the liberal outlet for projecting their misery onto others.
Speaking of Charlie Brown
This isn’t the first Christmas classic liberals have tried to ruin over the years.
A Charlie Brown Christmas has long been the target of leftists who take issue not with completely fabricated racism as in the case of Rudolph, but with completely fabricated outrage at the religious element.
See, that Christmas cartoon contains a scene in which Linus quotes scripture in an attempt to quantify the true meaning of Christmas.
Liberals hate it, almost annually trying to get the cartoon or play banned.
Even more recently, liberals hammered the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special as racist because a black character named Franklin is sitting on the opposite side of the table from the other gang of friends who are all white.