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December 14, 2023
Watch: Boston Mayor apologizes for accidentally inviting whites to a Christmas party exclusive to "electeds of color"
There is nothing more embarrassing than inviting someone to a party that they aren't supposed to be invited to, and then having to uninvite them. Boston Mayor Michelle Wu invited an entire race of people to a party that wasn't for them. I know that sounds racist, but don't worry. The invited people were all white. So it isn't racism. It's equity.
As reported yesterday, Wu invited only “electeds of color” to a Holiday Party. Seriously. It was called the "Electeds of Color Holiday Party. That was the name the Mayor of Boston gave it. The rub is the email was mistakenly sent to ALL city council members, including the ones not of color.
Standing outside the no-whites-allowed holiday party, Wu remained defiant of what critics call racism and what Democrats call tolerance.
"I can understand someone might be confused or worried if certain people weren’t being invited at all or were being left out of any type of celebration. But I assure you, everyone on the Boston City Council has got an invitation to multiple types of events and holiday parties."
Mayor Wu addresses controversy around holiday party invitationwww.youtube.com
No one was more confused than the band Boston, who also accidentally got an invite to perform.
Turns out, when Wu said she loved their song "More Than A Feeling," the she/her aide assumed the band must have been of one of the colors invited to the holiday party. Whoops!
Let's set aside the racism that isn't racism because it's the Democrat Party being racist. It's rude enough to have a party for city council members, yet tell seven of them they aren't invited. That's what happened. There are thirteen city council members. The seven white ones had their invitations rescinded.
Wu, to celebrate equity and tolerance, is having a holiday party for everyone. Then a separate segregated party to which only the colored council members were invited. Wait, I mean the "selected of color." "Colored electeds" is broke, "electeds of color" is woke.
As of this writing, it is unclear what the seven whites did last night. It's Boston, so I'm sure they wound up at a place called "Paddy's" or "O'Hara's," where after the fifth time someone played The Pogues' "Fairytale of New York" the party REALLY got started.
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