Eating nachos, wearing sombreros is basically a hate crime at Cornell

Liberals really love to just cause a scene.
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The athletic department of Cornell University was chided — and eventually apologized — over its Cinco de Mayo-themed marketing campaign, which involved the most heinous of racist stereotypes: the consumption of tacos and the donning of sombreros.

The campaign unfolded last week, and was intended to muster enthusiasm for Saturday’s football game against Colgate University. Free nachos were given out, and students were asked to dress up in ponchos and sombreros. The person with the “best costume” received a prize. The goal was to develop a “festive atmosphere,” according to Jeff Hall, a marketing director for Cornell Athletics.

But what was fun and festive for some, was offensive and hateful for others.



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