The Massachusetts-based Dorchester Historical Society issued an apology Tuesday after receiving backlash for a holiday-themed graphic some said sent a racially insensitive message.
Earlier, the historical group tweeted a card that read, "We're dreaming of a white Dorchester," a message the group says was a riff on Bing Crosby's famous song "White Christmas," the Boston Herald reports.
In response, someone tweeted that "the message of a white Christmas implies others are left out."
The historical society then deleted its graphic and issued an apology.
We are very truly sorry about our graphic used for this event. This was an unfortunate oversight on our part and the event photograph has been removed from our social media. We were simply changing the words to the classic Christmas carol and did not think it through properly. https://t.co/2Anki4JF6N
Seriously, the best part about this story is that NOBODY expects a liberal leader to step up and say "Oh, good grief. It's a Christmas song and a Christmas card. Calling this 'racist' is idiotic." Instead, we all expect maximum stupidity to be embraced by the Left. #Winning!
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