Last week, MRCTV‘s Dan Joseph went to George Mason University and walked around campus with a fake petition asking students if they would sign it to ban the holiday classic song “White Christmas” from radio stations, calling the song an offense to all colored people in its insistence on “white” being associated with the good and the beautiful.
Watch what happens when they’re asked about the “micro-agressions” found in Big Crosby’s Christmas classic:
In a video posted Monday, Joseph is shown luring in the unsuspecting students with various politically correct expressions like “‘White Christmas’ perpetuates the idea that white is naturally good” and shouting catch-phrases like “white supremacy is everywhere, even in your holiday songs.”
“Micro-aggressions” and the need for a “safe space” away from the ‘offensive’ song were also used several times by Joseph.
While some of the students laughed at the petition and just walked off, some jumped on the petition the minute they heard “white supremacy.” Joseph ended up getting 18 signatures in an hour to ban the classic song.