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Yes, Virginia ...

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Yes, Virginia ...

Editorial of The New York Sun | December 3, 2018

We take pleasure in answering thus prominently the communication below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of The Sun:

Dear Editor--

I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, "If you see it in The Sun, it's so." Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus?

Virginia O'Hanlon
115 West Ninety Fifth Street

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Outrage after high school wrestler forced to cut dreadlocks or forfeit match
Dec. 23, 2018 / 4:06 PM EST
By Janelle Griffith(NBC)
New Jersey has opened a state civil rights investigation into the case of a black high school wrestler told by a referee to cut his dreadlocks or forfeit a wrestling match in an incident caught on video that has gone viral.

The haircut to Andrew Johnson, a black varsity wrestler from Buena Regional High School in Atlantic County, on the order of referee Alan Maloney, who is white, was captured on a video that has been viewed more than 14.5 million times.
Andrew Johnson wrestling on February 5, 2018 in a match for his school Buena HS.David Gard for NJ Advance Media
The incident Wednesday night has drawn condemnation from New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, film director Ava DuVernay, Olympic wrestler Jordan Burroughs and the state ACLU, among others.

The state Attorney General's Office told NBC News on Sunday that the Division of Civil Rights is investigating because the potential bias incident involves a referee with the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, which oversees high school sports.

The director of the high-school athletic association said his organization "takes this matter very seriously."

"I ask that everyone respect the investigatory process related to all parties involved,” the director, Larry White, said.
GRA:I would have no problem with Negro Nightly News choosing this story as an outrage,IF and only IF,whites were given equal treatment--with actions by blacks perpetrated against whites--given the same publicity on NNN.
Instead,this is just another example of NBC piling on whitey--unmistakable racist,anti-white broadcasting--which never stops.
So the black had to cut his hair to wrestle.Sounds reasonable to me as a safety factor for him,and to avoid the chance the opponent doesn't accidentally get caught up in that mess of hair,It's HIGH SCHOOL-not pro football.I'm sure Johnson is not the first black Alan Maloney has refereed.
NBC has decided Maloney is guilty of racist behavior--the pressure will be on
Larry White (a black)to embarrass,convict and fire Maloney ASAP.The media has invested the time in this "Get Whitey" episode,and does not want to be disappointed.
You can count on a Maloney lynching very quickly and a stern Lesta Holt showing white America,once again,what they can't do(or face severe retribution) .Blacks?No problem.They have a blank check to kill,rob and rape whites,sell drugs to whites,pull them out of cars to beat them,invade the houses of whites,ruin their neighborhoods etc.Nothing on NNN.
But a haircut makes the top 3 stories of the day,while black crime never does.
Merry Christmas all.
--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man