Halloween comes another step closer to getting banned altogether as moonbats react with righteous horror to costumes inspired by Moana, an upcoming 3D computer-animated musical fantasy comedy adventure movie:
When looking for a Halloween costume, a good rule of thumb is to find something that stands out, is comfortable, and doesn’t involve wearing the skin of other people’s cultures in a shockingly literal way. Disney messed up on that last bit with a costume based on the Rock’s character, the demigod Maui, in Moana, which would sheath wearers in a mock version of his tattooed legs and torso. After an outcry from parents and other concerned, reasonable humans, Disney has pulled the costume from its stores and website, alongside sets of pajamas, sweatshirts, and T-shirts made in a similar style.
A groveling apology was duly issued.
That’s the problem with trying to be politically correct by creating Third World fictional heroes. Representation of these heroes is offensive, for reasons that only a moonbat could make sense of.
On a tip from Torcer.