Kwanzaa: Los Angeles TV station enthusiastically reports on an invisible parade for an imaginary holiday

Yep, they really did — described the signs the paraders were carrying and everything.

Except this is what the “parade” actually looked like:



  • Ron MacDonald

    The Obama’s, Holder, Jarrett and Al Sharpton are furious.

  • Frau Katze

    This is so silly that no one is falling for it anymore.


    Actual Africans either observe Christmas or some Muslim holiday.

    Once again, American race huckster get things wrong.

  • Dana Garcia

    Parades are hard to organize, unless they are against cops.

    The Oakland tv station had a small-scale segment, in a room with a few kids learning positive things about African history.

    KISS is good advice to MSM.

  • robins111

    I don’t know whats funnier, the total lack of warm bodies in or around the “parade” or the lying bastards in the media trying to make a gathering out of thin air..

    why do I suspect that a wino with a bottle of Colt 45 stumbling down the street would suddenly by morphed into a rose bowl float.

    It would be even funnier if it wasn’t so effing pathetic

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Thank God we have access to a free press!
    Also notice that this story is missing a byline.
    Anyone know of a reason for that, other than deliberate obfuscation?

  • Blacksmith

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAha, I don’t care who you are that shits funny!

  • James Holmes Left Wing Loon

    CBS LA is Anti-Festivus, they are probably Anti-Dentites too.

  • mauser 98

    Kwanzaa: Holiday Brought to You By The FBI
    “Kwanzaa was the result of a ’60s psychosis grafted onto the black community.not from Africa, but from the FBI’s COINTELPRO”

  • simus1

    The cell a bration was faked and contrived? No!

    Bet the shakedown and race whoring of funds from all sources met or exceeded any reality check.

  • Jade

    CBS lied????? hahahahaha

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    You’d get a bigger crowd at a Festivus parade.

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