Black Santa Claus Robs Homes in San Francisco

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by Jeff Davis

An NBC news article reports from San Francisco: “There’s plenty of holiday spirit in Noe Valley, but people are on edge after a man in a Santa hat, claiming to raise money for charity, was caught on tape entering a home, which he is then accused of burglarizing.”

The burglar in the Santa hat is Black by the way.

“A doorbell with a camera showed a San Francisco homeowner that a man wearing a Santa hat and bow tie was at his front door. He didn’t think anything of it until the camera kept rolling. The surveillance footage captured that the suspected burglar had broken the front door and was ‘moving in and out of the house,’ said the victim, who asked to stay anonymous, but shared the video with his neighbors.”

If you’ve got Blacks wandering through your neighborhood, you should probably invest in sturdy doors and an alarm system or move to a better neighborhood.

“Turns out, the suspect was working the neighborhood Thursday. Maria Cabrera said the man told her his name was Happy Feet and that he and his friend were fundraising for charity.”

“Cabrera said she had a nagging feeling about the man, but his outfit – mistakenly – eased her suspicion.”

A Negro in a Santa hat is still a Negro.

“He was ringing other doorbells at other houses, I said, ‘It’s OK,’ she said.”

No it’s not O.K. Black criminals often go door to door posing as solicitors looking for an unlocked door.

“With a broken door frame and missing valuables, the burglary victim wants community members to know the suspect’s team is not helping the needy. They’re stealing valuables and spoiling the spirit of the season.”

I wonder if that green Grinch character, who stole Christmas, was supposed to be Black, but his color was changed due to political correctness. Although the Grinch had a conscience and felt guilty for what he had done while this Black will probably just sell whatever he stole and spend the money on crack.

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