Black Holes Deemed Racist Again


We’re going to have to come up with a less racially insensitive name for black holes. The term has caused trouble before, and now it has again:

A graduation card sold at local stores has been pulled from shelves after a civil rights group raised concerns about the content. The group claims the card’s micro-speaker plays a greeting that’s racist.

It is a graduation greeting from Hallmark that says, “Hey world, we are officially putting you on notice.”

Members of the Los Angeles NAACP did take notice. As characters known as “Hoops” and “Yoyo” banter on, African American leaders hear offensive language.

“And you black holes, you are so ominous. Watch your back,” the card vocalizes. … The card’s theme is the solar system and emphasizes the power of the grad to take over the universe, even energy-absorbing black holes.

The card company says the card speaks about the power the grad will wield.

But Hallmark soon found out who really wields the power under our reign of moonbattery, when the NAACP proclaimed that “black holes” could only refer to women of African descent.

Appallingly, corporate America cringed in terror of these deranged thugs yet again. Hallmark, Walgreens, and CVS are all pulling the card. Whimpers Hallmark spokescoward Steve Doyal:

“In any situation where there is a circumstance that we need to be sensitive to, we try to learn from that experience.”

Next the NAACP will claim that they will be offended if all white people don’t show up for work wearing clown suits. What fun our racist moonbat rulers must be having with their ability to make us dance to any tune of their choosing.

On a tip from Rob Banks. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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