Megyn Kelly’s ‘Santa Claus is White’ Line: Crazy Like a Fox

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Jokes by 'Daily Show,' MSNBC aside, the Fox News host knows the channel's base

The funniest part of Megyn Kelly’s reassurance to children who might be watching “The Kelly Filethat Santa Claus is, indeed, white wasn’t her statement with absolute conviction regarding a fictional character. Although granted, that did sound pretty amusing.

No, the funniest thing is the Fox News Channel host felt compelled during her program Wednesday to address children at all when, in all likelihood, virtually none were watching, unless it was their turn to keep an eye on grandpa for a few minutes.

Not surprisingly, liberal outlets pounced on Kelly’s pronouncement, issued in response to a Slate column that suggested the image of Santa as a jolly old white guy with a beard could be made more inclusive.

Kelly’s comments turned the host into a day-long punchline. Presumably someone at Mediamatters.org had an orgasm, or something close to it, at just how ridiculous the quote would look plastered across its site. Huffington Post summed it up thusly: “OMG: Megyn Kelly REALLY SAID THIS!”

Kelly took the night off Thursday, but MSNBC, of course, couldn’t resist weighing in either. “All In With Chris Hayes” hosted the author of the Slate piece, Aisha Harris, to offer her own on-air response.

As usual, “The Daily Show” dismantled the Fox “War on Christmas” meme, summarizing Kelly’s ostensible concern about kids uncomfortable being with the concept of a non-white Santa as “Yes, West Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.” Stephen Colbert also thanked Kelly on behalf of “all those kids watching Fox News at 9:40 at night.”

At Fox, though, such derision can be worn as a badge of honor. And inserting Kelly into the Fox primetime lineup has had the desired effect, boosting ratings – including within the key age 25-54 demographic – with the twin titans of Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity as her bookends. Yet even with the gains in younger adults, Fox News still skews heavily toward those age 60 and older, people whose conception of what Santa Claus looks like was likely forged by the original version of “Miracle on 34th Street” in its initial 1947 release.

Viewed that way, Kelly’s defense of a white Christmas, as it were, is little more than red meat for the base, lightly spiced with yuletide cheer. That was especially true when she said: “Just because it makes you uncomfortable doesn’t mean it has to change.”

Despite all the ribbing Kelly took, such statements clearly appeal to an older conservative audience – adjectives that disproportionately describe both those who watch Fox News and vote Republican. Put another way, as Kelly told the Washington Post in a long and flattering profile: “People feel validated when they hear their own emotions accurately described by someone on television.”

Since Barack Obama became president, there’s certainly been a motivated constituency hostile toward the kind of change his election represents, and Fox News has brilliantly capitalized on that — and to an extent, helped fuel it. But honestly, Kelly needn’t fret about the kids. Because the odds are better they’ll surprise Santa coming down the chimney than watch cable news.

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  1. Carl Roveass says:

    Megan Kelly is racist who spews lies with a twisted nasty smirk on Faux News that are sucked up like pig slop by the ignorant brainless fools who dial in. The best part is that Faux News is controlled by the 1% and the GOP that own them. These dumbass Wal-Mart corn dog eaters think Faux News represents them! Precious.

  2. david t. krall says:

    from: david t.krall
    email: truthatlarge@hotmail.com

    She should know better….she appears and sounds like a tactless, self-absorbed,
    mindless idiot!!! She’s just right for her job !!! Keep up the :good work” !!!
    Way to go…totally amazing !!!!

  3. Riley James says:

    Regarding my last comment; I hope the children don’t stay up too late reading Mr. Lowry’s column. It wasn’t meant to be directed at parents to keep their kids up late, reading Variety. Unless of course, the kids are in a media/entertainment family. And then it’s homework.

  4. frank Bove says:

    Love Meg. no she just tell it as it is fair

  5. Riley James says:

    Now children, as you read Mr. Lowry’s article, please don’t think he in anyway dislikes Santa, Christmas, Festivus, Hanukkah or any of the other really cool holidays where drunk parents overindulge you with tons of toys. Mr. Lowry is a journalist, and, since this is the holiday season, his editors want him to write about Christmacy stuff. The presents will be there; trust me.

  6. Becky Bratten says:

    Jesus was of Jewish lineage. So? I looked up Santa and one article said he first appeared in Turkey and then in further reading it was from the Dutch we got Santa plus other areas. So? So if you want your Santa white so be it . If you want yours black so be it. If yours speaks German, ok. GET OVER IT!

  7. Guillermo Bobe says:

    Only in America are liberals obsessed with the anti Jesus campaign. If you travel to other liberal countries you will find Christmas symbols all the way around city halls, congress building and public libraries. They are ahead of the Americans liberal game. A Chrismast market visit to Germany, France will change this people mind.

  8. Brian Lowry, hundreds of thousands of WHITE men have been KILLED to defend your right to be a liberal A-hole.

    You’re welcome.

  9. Saint Nicholas was a real live Greek person, not a “fictional character”. Greeks are white, in most neighborhoods.

  10. Doc says:

    President Obama is half white, but called black – so maybe Santa is half black but called white. To quote Hillary, “What difference does it make?!”

  11. coby says:

    again all she was doing was weighing in on a ridiclous slate column, that suggested maybe santa should be a penguin, plus if you look at santa clause he is indeed white, as his orgins date back to late 3rd century in turkey saint nichols, who guess what he was white

  12. Ted says:

    Look at all the journalists re-upping their liberal credentials by weighing in on the evil and racist Fox News Channel. It’s like they have to periodically go on record with ridiculous commentary showing how sensitive they are to minorities and other victims. I remember when this was a ‘land of the free and home of the brave’. It’s becoming a land of limp wristed girlie wimps led by the liberal media. Keep America strong… callout the wimps.

  13. You’ve got to be kidding me. All the folks mocking Kelly obviously didn’t watch the segment. Lowry makes the ridiculous quantum leap that this is all part of Fox appealing to older (dog whistle racist) white people who don’t like change. Give me a break. No one seemed to notice that the “Slate” author, a black woman, wanted to exchange Santa in for a penguin to be more inclussive!? And when was the last time you saw a black santa in the media? In advertising? Not saying it’s right or wrong, but that’s been the prevailing image of Santa for a few hundred years. Get a grip Lowry; I think you’re the one who is afraid of change. You missed the broader context of the discussion, with Kelly and the panelists all relating, in some way, to what the author in “Slate” had to say.

  14. Kim says:

    I love how V-ty censored my last comment. I said the Jesus and The Sun. Did I hit a nerve?

  15. Beverly says:

    I agree kids don’t care what color St. Nicholas (Santa Clause) was. But is there anything wrong with them knowing something about the history of the Christmas Holiday? It wouldn’t hurt if adults in this country were better educated either.

    I don’t think Megyn was speaking to kids. I think she took a journalistic opportunity to educate and it was appreciated, I’m sure, by a lot of Catholics.and those who value historical accuracy.

    Just because many mindlessly celebrate gift giving doesn’t mean its not a holy day for millions, even here in the US. There are 1.1 billion Catholics in the world, including two thirds of the Supreme Court as stated below..

  16. Robert Boxer says:

    For my views about these sorts of partisan “fake” indignation eruptions, please see my recent blog piece where I make the case that Martin Bashir should NOT have lost his job because of his Palin comments. Incidentally, as a limited-government conservative, I am as far from being a liberal as anyone. Blog link: wp.me/p3N9zD-3M

  17. Richard E. Reader, U.S. Army Retired says:

    Kids really don’t give a crap what color he is, just as long as they get their presents, under the tree!

  18. Beverly says:

    I have new respect for Meagan as a journalist. I’m amazed at the ignorance in this country about anything Catholic.What right do people have to reinvent our history?

    St.(Santa) Nicholas is really a Saint. He was a Catholic bishop who attended the Council of Nicea in the fourth century. According to records, he was from Smyrna (where Turkey is now). There was a description of him which included long white hair…..and he was known for his kindness.

    Dec 25th was a day chosen by the Catholic bishops round the 3rd century to venerate the birth of Jesus.in a special Mass Wonder why it’s called Christ Mas?

    This is historic stuff but many don’t bother to look into it. All Christian holidays((holy-days) were designated by the Bishops. St. Patrick is really a saint, for instance. He was a Catholic Bishop and he’s remembered on his feast day and I’m sure many pray to him at other times of the year.

    Two priests with the name of Valentine were martyred early on, one of whom is a saint whose feast day is Feb 14th..

    The first Holy Day was in honor of the Resurrection of Jesus, designated in the first or second century. I think it was during the 6th century the date was moved to the current date by Pope Gregory. ( the Pope who gave the world the Gregorian calendar in use today, .

    .Catholics pray to saints, including St. Nicholas. There are many churches named after St. Nicholas.. Why should we allow the ignorant to change our history?

    The Catholic Church is the elephant in the room (world) so to speak…It’s influence is huge, like it or not. And if anyone tries to denigrate the intellectual integrity of the Catholic Church, they may do well to remember that 3 of the 9 United States Supreme Court Justices are Jewish and the remaining 6 are Catholic

    These lifetime appointees were likely selected on the bases of integrity, education,and an exceptional ability to reason. I bet they know their history too.l.

    Another thing, the night before All Saints Day, All Hallows Eve (Halloween,), is aptly named because the word ‘Hallowed’ means ‘Holy’. All Saints Day is celebrated by Catholics all over the world..and in most countries it is a Holy Day of Obligation..which means Catholics are required to go to Mass. We remember the Saints including the ones who don’t have their own feast day. I’m sure even the 6 Supreme Court Justices pray to Saints.

    The anti Catholic sentiment in this country is huge..But even so, history is history. Thank you, Meagan.

    • Mac says:

      Dig a little deeper,which is something Meagan(sic)didn’t do,nor did Beverly.What do you think St. Nicholas really looked like?Jolly old elf,cherry cheeks,a belly so huge it shakes like a bowlful of jelly?Fourth century pizza and 96 oz. sodas so readily available in 30 minutes or it was free?Really?
      And please dig a little deeper on the alignmant of Church Holy Days corresponding to “pagan” celbrations;you know,where all of those “pagan babies” came from.They all have roots years before their Christian counterparts.And remember,praying to “saints”is heresy.Saints are supposed to “intercede”to the one treu,God.Open up your catechism and re-read all of that “false gods before Me”stuff.The anti-sentiment in this country may indeed be “huge” and it is filled with more than a few baptized folk who have rejected that organized religion based on experience.An organized tax-free religion that cultivates sexual predators as leaders,moves said predators around to harm thousands and then hides behind the statute of limitations after disclosure rather than “confessing” and making reparations(WWJD indeed)kinda brings out the “anti” in many,even “pagans”.After all,history is history.And that subject sounds like a great idea for the Mr. Peabody & Sherman sequel.

      • Beverly says:

        I think you’re slinging phrases intended to be derogatory.But I see no point to your discussion nor do I see an argument for anything.

  19. Kim says:

    I’m black and phk Santa Claus/Saint Nicholas. I’m not a Christian because I don’t subscribe to this plagiarized religion. I’m thankful for the Winter Solstice on Dec 21. The truth is carved on the walls of temples all along the Nile (Hapi) River. I saw it with my own eyes.

    Let him stay white. Who cares? People bust their a** all year to buy presents for children and magical Santa gets all the credit?

    Rock on Kelly. Yeah, Santa IS white! Whatever.

  20. Nwora Onwuzulu says:

    That was a crass display of ignorance by someone who simply should know better and a timely apology from her would be the least remedy. In the recent weeks Megyn Kelly has grown so ideologically right-leaning obsessing solely on bashing Obamacare and rooting for its failure. If she continues down this slippery slope, she will definitely lose her middle of the road fans.

    • Beverly says:

      It is you who are misinformed. St Nicholas is a Catholic Saint and several miracles are attributed to him,.

      As I stated above, He was a fourth century Bishop.. It is recorded he had long white hair and a white beard and was known for his kindness.

      New protestant splinter groups ( which came after Henry VIII’s Church of England), like the Puritans, wanted to purge their religion of anything resembling Catholic. They fully rejected the liturgical calendar and the veneration of saints..( Christmas was designated by the Catholic Church in the third century to venerate the birth of Christ at a special Mass. It wasn’t the actual date of Jesus’ birth)

      Nevertheless, Christmas, the liturgical year, and Catholic culture remained alive and well in Catholic Ireland and many non English speaking countries.

      Christmas, embedded in Catholic culture, was reintroduced to non-Catholic English speaking people in the 1800’s and it became fashionable for them to celebrate it, (albeit in a more cosmetic way…a version sanitized of much of the Catholic culture it came out of)

      There are 1.1 billion Catholics worldwide and millions live here in the US, including two thirds of our Supreme Court Justices as noted above. I think a little education about the elephant in the room can’t hurt..
      .

  21. Greg T says:

    UGH! This article is just as stupid and biased as most of the comments here. So sad. We have become
    such a gullible, non-thinking, sound bite society. The fact that anyone would think of The Daily Show as some measure of journalistic integrity shows how far journalism has indeed fallen. Context people. When are we going to stop creating controversy were no really exists just to get ourselves noticed an make us feel better about our own narrative / world view. Can you imagine how much good we could accomplish if we would check our egos and stop believing this kind of garbage its face.

    • “The fact that anyone would think of The Daily Show as some measure of journalistic integrity shows how far journalism has indeed fallen”

      Daily Show could be substituted with Fox News without a hesitation. Fox News doesn’t even fall under “news programming”, it is considered “entertainment programming” by the FCC because of their level of hyperbole on current events.

      “When are we going to stop creating controversy were no really exists just to get ourselves noticed an make us feel better about our own narrative / world view.”

      LOL…. Do you not really understand the irony of this statement? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_News_Channel_controversies

      • Vuil Uil says:

        Thanks for clarifying.

        You don’t agree with Fox so you dismiss it. Know something? Lots of people feel like that about CNN and MSNBC and indeed the Daily show. Should they dismiss those networks and shows?

    • Leonardo da Silva says:

      There are two possible responses to this comment:

      1. If you are being sarcastic, great job, sir! Your comment is spot on.

      2. If you are being serious (and I really hope it’s the other one), you sir, failed to miss the perfect irony of your comment. Everything you said can be used to PERFECTLY describe Megyn Kelly’s and other conservatve people’s point of view.
      “When are we going to stop creating controversy were no really exists just to get ourselves noticed an make us feel better about our own narrative / world view.” This sentence summarizes the whole situation fabricated by Kelly and Fox News to please their conservative republican audience.

      “Creating controversy were no really exists” = Fox News’ report on the so-called “War on Christmas,” a “war” that does not exist no matter how hard they want it to.

      “to get ourselves noticed an make us feel better about our own narrative / world view” = The whole issue is just because God forbid every single representation of Santa (a fictional character) and Jesus aren’t as white as Snow White. Even when the actual person who Santa is based on and Jesus were not white.

      It is truly madness.

  22. Twana says:

    I could care less about a fictitious character, but the truth is, if there were a real Santa, a white Santa, I don’t believe he would be bringing toys to black children since he was created when blacks were still enslaved. Since Santa is make believe, people have the right to make him any color they choose,
    if Latino’s want a Latino Santa, and an Asian couple chooses to make Santa Asian, they have that right…
    And as far as Kelly making the statement about Jesus being white is ridiculous, if she has done any research or even read the Bible, she would know that Jesus was not a white man.
    She is deceived by the lies that have been passed down by her ancestors. It wouldn’t surprise me if her grandfather was the “grand dragon”
    People have used the Bible to manipulate and deceive people for years. That’s why we must READ it for ourselves…
    It is grievous to hear blacks say that the Bible is the white man’s Bible, it is clearly the WORD of God, it has just been misused by false teachers. A trick of the enemy to get people to turn away from God…
    It is not the fault of God or the Bible; it is people who twist the Word to suit their needs…
    If one really had a relationship with God, and not just claim that they “know” God, then they would fall for the nonsense…
    When Jesus returns, people like her would choose hell over Heaven just because Jesus will be a man of color………..
    The Bible tells us they the Israelites were Jewish…Sammy Davis Jr…was Jewish, some Jewish people as well as Latino’s and every other race have people with black skin because of the slave trade,
    we are everywhere!
    We were the first on this earth and all other races came from us. It’s in the History books; they have documentaries on the subject. The Real Eve is a great informative history lesson…
    History as well as the Bible teaches us that most people in the bible were black. Solomon was a black man, which means his father David was black. They both are from the tribe of Judah. The same line Jesus came from. There are 12 tribes of Israel…the 12 tribes came from the 12 sons of Jacob…Jacob was a man of color therefore so were his sons…
    I don’t believe color should be a factor, but people are always trying to exclude us out of everything, and our children need to know the truth!!!

    • Beverly says:

      Dear Twana,

      St. Nicholas is not a myth. He’s a verifiable saint in the Catholic Church. Several miracles are attributed to this Catholic Bishop who lived in the fourth century. We pray to the saints and there are many churches named after St. Nicholas today.We pray to saints at all times of the year He was an attendee at a famous Church Council and his appearance is recorded as having long white hair and beard.
      .
      . Christmas is part of the Catholic liturgical year. It was established in the 3rd century by Catholic bishops to commemorate Christ’s birth at a special Mass. It was never inferred the date was Christ’s birthday.

      Protestant groups kept moving away from Catholic culture until they no longer celebrated Christmas and they no longer prayed to saints. Protestantism was reintroduced to this Catholic holy day when waves of Catholic immigrants came here in the 1800’s..

      Much as this cosmetic version of Christmas has been embraced in the US by the uninformed, Catholicism remains alive and well. The 1.1 billion Catholics worldwide includes millions here in the US, including, believe it or not, six of the nine Supreme Court Justices currently on the bench. The other three Justices are Jewish. Why do you suppose that is? I’m sure these people are educated.

      I first spoke of St.(Santa) Nicholas because that was the subject of discussion..But you brought up Jesus Christ and his color. He is a historical Person. Just like Caesar or any other historical person. Christian tradition and the Bible say His mother was Jewish, from the House of David. That was the only DNA contribution He had since His was a Virgin Birth if you are following the Biblical account..

      If you’re not Christian, then have fun with whatever and however you want to celebrate Dec 25th or any other day but please don’t reinvent Catholicism.. If you are Christian, you must at least know we believe we are all descended from the same parents .

      Race is a man made construct,,,,,,, just like national boundaries..

      May God bless you and your family.

    • Randall Atwood says:

      Twana,
      I have red the bible and would rather focus on the teachings of the word of God then the color of the skin of the important people in the text, with that said can you give me the virsion of the Bible you are using the books, chapters and verses that you found the discretion of these people so that I can go back and reread in order to see what I missed because if it is as you say then I want to know the truth about what the text says. As a person who has a relationship with God I would like to remind you to consider the words of Jesus in Matthew:7 1-2 Jesus siad “Do not judge, or you to will be judged. For in the way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the same measure you use, it will be mesured to you

  23. I could care less about a ficticious charater, but the truth is, if there were a real Santa, a white Santa, I don’t believe he would be bringing toys to black children since he was created when blacks were still enslaved..Since Santa is make believe, people have the right to make him any color they choose,
    if Latino’s want a Latino Santa, and an Asian couple chooses to make Santa Asian, they have that right…
    And as far as Kelly making the statement about Jesus being white is ridiculous, if she has done any research or even read the Bible, she would know that Jesus was not a white man.
    She is deceived by the lies that have been passed down by her ancestors..it would’nt suprise me if her grandfather was the “grand dragon”
    People have used the Bible to manipulate and deceive people for years..thats why we must READ it for ourselves…
    It is grievious to hear blacks say that the Bible is the white mans Bible, it is clearly the WORD of God, it has just been misused by false teachers..a trick of the enemy to get people to turn away from God…
    It is not the fault of God or the Bible, it is people who twist the Word to suit thier needs…
    If one really had a relationship with God, and not just claim that they “know” God, then they would fall for the nonsense…
    When Jesus returns, people like her would choose hell over Heaven just because Jesus will be a man of color………..
    The Bible tells us they the Israelites were Jewish…Sammy Davis Jr…was Jewish, some Jewish people as well as Latino’s and every other race have people with black skin because of the slave trade,
    we are everywhere!
    We were the first on this earth and all other races came from us..its in the History books, they have documentaries on the subject..The Real Eve is a great informative history lesson…
    History as well as the Bible teaches us that most people in the bible were black..Solomon was a black man, which means his father David was black..they both are from the tribe of Judah..they same line Jesus came from..there are 12 tribes of Israel…the 12 tribes came from the 12 sons of Jacob…Jacob was a man of color therefore so were his sons…
    I dont believe color should be a factor, but people are always trying to exclude us out of everything, and our children need to know the truth!!!

  24. jondaly70 says:

    of douse, santa claus (saint nicholas) was based on a real person. and yes, for what it’s worth, he was white.

  25. dennis says:

    I am sick of political correctness. Do Santa and God and Jesus have to be all things to all people?
    Maybe God is Muslim? When you visualize (personify) that thing in your head, that is what he “looks like”!!

  26. Mike DeLacey, Sr. says:

    Let’s just do away with Santa Claus and Christmas. Look at the money people will save buying gifts that no one wants or needs. Keep the kids in school for an extra week or two (they may learn something), every one goes to work that day just like any other. No Christmas trees (Prevent some fires and save some lives). No Christmas lights or decorations (more money saved). And life will go on just like any other part of the year. This way, every one will be happy, and not worry what color the man is. Or is he a woman?………………………………………………………….M

  27. RUDY says:

    Why not change Santa Claus? We have changed most of history and just about all of tradition over the past 20 years. Why should Santa get a pass? While I truly believe all children should be able to see Santa in their own comfort zone, I also believe that as long as people notice Santa’s color or race, and as long as such things are “issues”, we will never be able to call ourselves one civilization. Lincoln doesn’t have to become Black, and Mandella doesn’t have to become White for every person to understand and celebrate the greatness of each of them.

  28. kimberly says:

    to have such reassurance about a fictional character … who knew FOX turned into comedy central.
    *awwww FOX does it again!

  29. Rex Reddy says:

    Saint Nicholas (Greek: Ἅγιος Νικόλαος, Hagios Nikólaos, Latin: Sanctus Nicolaus); (15 March 270 – 6 December 343),[3][4] also called Nikolaos of Myra, was a historic 4th-century Christian saint and Greek[5] Bishop of Myra (Demre, part of modern-day Turkey) in Lycia. Because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as Nikolaos the Wonderworker (Νικόλαος ὁ Θαυματουργός, Nikolaos ho Thaumaturgos). He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus, whose modern name comes from the Dutch Sinterklaas, itself from a series of elisions and corruptions of the transliteration of “Saint Nikolaos”. His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints.[6] In 1087, part of the relics (about half of the bones) were furtively translated to Bari, in Apulia, Italy; for this reason, he is also known as Nikolaos of Bari. The remaining bones were taken to Venice in 1100. His feast day is the 6th of December.

  30. Matt says:

    Sorry Mr.Lowry some of us are smart enough to have their kids watch Fox news everyday. The result is two intelligent, self-motivate, open minded, and caring young ladies. They understand self reliance and self discipline. All of these traits are from conservative upbringing and hard work.

  31. Mister M and M says:

    Much ado about nothing… she seems a nice girl and from all I can remember at my senior age, she was correct. I’m asking Santa that the MSM begins to report more factually and with less bias!

  32. Mark says:

    She’s right. Just because it makes some people uncomfortable, that doesn’t mean it has to change.

  33. FRANKLIN J. RUSSELL JR. says:

    MS.MEGAN KELLY.THE SANTA CLAUS,OPINION OF YOURS THAT IN PART WAS NOT JUST AIMED AT THE YOUNG LADY,BUT IT WAS ALSO DIRECTED TO THE SMALL KIDS THAT BELIEVE IN SANTA,NO MATTER WHAT COLOR YOU MIGHT WANT HIM TO BE.UNLESS YOU ARE A RACIST.NEXT YOU MIGHT TELL THE KIDS “THAT DON’T WORRY YOUR NOT GETTING ANYTHING BECAUSE YOU DON’T HAVE A CHIMNEY” PLEASE!!!!!! THE “JESUS” THING,YOU DON’T KNOW HIM.IF YOU DID YOU WOULD NOT HAVE MADE THAT REMARK ABOUT “SANTA” JAY LENO,SORRY SIR.

    • Rex Reddy says:

      Being Greek St Nick was kinda white-ish
      Jesus was Jewish and the way he looked could have ranged from Obama’s Mother to Osama’s brother. But he certainly did not look like Ian Gillian.

  34. Here is the correct color of Jesus for any graphic designers out there: F9FFD1 – per official religious research…

    http://mankabros.com/blogs/god/2013/12/12/the-color-of-jesus/

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