It will be so nice to have someone in the White House who actually celebrates Christmas. Until then we have one more season of the left’s annual assault we have seen on Christmas for the last eight years.
Trump wasn’t kidding about Christmas on the campaign trail. He’s saying it!
TRUMP: Merry Christmas everybody, Merry Christmas!
Once again we see the Obamas who have yet again left the Christmas celebration off of their holiday greeting card.
Western Journalism reported:
President Barack Obama and his family sent their final White House “Christmas” card to friends, supporters and members of the media last Friday, but as was noted by many, the card contained no references whatsoever to Christmas itself.
Instead it featured a picture of the the Obamas dressed up on the front and a “Happy Holidays” message on the back.
“As our family reflects on many happy years spent in the White House, we are grateful for the friends we’ve made, the joy we’ve shared, and the gifts of kindness we’ve received,” the backside of the card read. “We wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and a wonderful new year.”
Here’s this year’s card, as posted on Today.com. No Christmas tree. No nativity scene. No Christ child. No Merry Christmas. Just a politically correct “joyous holiday season.”
And perhaps, with the Obamas leaving the chief bully pulpit, leftist feminists felt the need to hijack a timeless children’s Christmas story, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical.” According to these radical feminists, women aren’t getting a fair shake in this story, so they changed it.
The New York Times once again errs on the side of the left and inclusion.
According to “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical,” there’s something even more unheard-of than letting a funny-looking buck play in any reindeer games: allowing a doe to join in.
And the NYT critic make it more political by saying this classic story denies half the population an opportunity at greatness.
… The story’s themes — that bullying is cruel, and that those who are born different can make vital contributions — certainly remain timeless lessons for children. But you can’t help being disappointed that this show championing equality still denies it to half the population.
Won’t it be nice to get a little traditional Christmas over the next 4 to 8 years, and leave some of this leftist hate and intolerance for Christians behind?