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'Please delete your account': President Biden and Kamala Harris mocked for Kwanzaa social media posts
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'Please delete your account': President Biden and Kamala Harris mocked for Kwanzaa social media posts

The Biden administration, including the president and vice president themselves, unilaterally posted celebrations of Kwanzaa across all of its official social media channels.

The obscure holiday, invented in 1966 by noted black nationalist Ron Everett, aka Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga, was praised for its "seven principles of Kwanzaa — especially those of unity and faith," by President Biden.

Of course, the president declined to mention that the first principle of Kwanzaa also calls for racial unity.

"To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation and race," the Umoja principle explains, according to CNN.

"We’d love to hear about your childhood Kwanzaa memories and traditions," a sarcastic top comment to the president read on X.

"Kwanzaa is not a real holiday just like Joe Biden is not a real president," another reply stated.

While others simply noted the president's poor approval ratings, reactions to Vice President Kamala Harris were more ruthless, likely because she has claimed to be a practicing Kwanzaa enthusiast.

"Please delete your account," was included as one of the many more direct, insulting replies to the country's most powerful woman.

Remarks such as "Kwanzaa is fake. Stop" and "this holiday is almost as fake as your laugh" populated the vast majority of the vice president's feed.

Harris' followers may be reminded of her 2020 video celebrating Kwanzaa, for which she was widely criticized for the "most epic pandering," possibly of all time.

Viewers pointed out that Harris was born in 1964 before Kwanzaa existed and that neither of Harris' parents are African.

"Somehow I find it hard to believe that she has a deep childhood attachment to a holiday that didn't exist when she was born," the Daily Wire's Matt Walsh said.

"This is such an obvious lie. She was born in 1964..Kwanzaa was created in 1966. It didn't really take hold until the late 70s and early 80s. For her whole family to be devoted to it in her childhood is incredibly unlikely... she's a liar," another person responded.

Across the Biden administration, other departments posted similarly vague messages in celebration of Kwanzaa.

"A joyous #Kwanzaa to everyone celebrating the Seven Principles!" the Department of Education wrote on Facebook. Similar messages came from the Department of Health and Human Services, as well as Pete Buttigieg's Department of Transportation.

As recapped by the Dartmouth Review in 2001, Kwanzaa's founding father started a black identitarian group called the United Slaves Organization, which clashed with the less-radical Black Panthers at the time.

Five years after inventing the holiday, founder Karenga was allegedly sentenced to one to 10 years in prison for felonious assault and false imprisonment.

He was accused of helping torture women who he thought tried to kill him by putting "crystals" in his food.

The Los Angeles Times reportedly described that Deborah Jones and Gail Davis were whipped with an electrical cord and beaten with a baton, with Davis also being burned with an iron.

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