PC Police Wage War on Halloween, It Backfires in Their Face

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October 31, 2014 1:54pm PST

The University of Arizona’s MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlan) organization decided to turn Halloween into a campaign for the PC Police, but their efforts backfired in the most hilarious way. A few students from the organization crafted some very pathetic signs and showed up on the doorstep of the Delta Delta Delta sorority house. They were appalled after witnessing some of the sorority sisters dressed in sombreros and mustaches for Halloween.

“My culture is not a costume,” read a sign held by a MEChA activist. They had already dubbed the costumes worn by the sorority sisters “racist.”

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As it turns out, the ladies were actually of Hispanic origin and participating in Mariachi exercises. “Can you guys understand that one of our sisters is dressed up as a Mariachi artist because she does do Mariachi? And she was with some of her friends and it was a group costume and it was a celebration,” said the Delta sister confronted by MEChA.

This incident is irrefutable proof of the left’s insanity. It wouldn’t be a holiday without the PC Police waging some kind of ridiculous war. Let us know what you think of this report in the comments section.

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