An apologetic presidency catering to everything anti-American ended with Barack Obama. President Donald Trump is in charge now and is doing everything it takes to make America great again, no matter who offends. With all the distraction on the petulant players in the NFL throwing National Anthem temper tantrums, people have missed what else has been brewing which we’re about to face right now, just 20 days before Christmas. Knowing what’s coming, Trump has just issued a massive announcement to all Americans that is likely to cause outrage among some that could lead to riots.
When you’re the leader of the greatest nation in the world, you can do what you want, which we saw from Barack Obama who used that privilege for wrongdoing and the demise of our nation. Trump is turning that train around by using his power for good in long-overdue ways, which he promised to do when Americans voted him into office. After already warning everyone about what’s coming,
The liberal war of words is alive and well in our country. The left wants to ban sentiments that trigger them and the right is pointing out the obvious that regardless of political standing, we all as Americans share the same right to the First Amendment. Now, Trump has just settled the most controversial argument in our country once and for all by making a new rule that’s infuriating liberals.
Conservative Tribune reports:
President Donald Trump reminded everyone in the nation during the White House tree lighting that Jesus is the reason for the Christmas season.
As recorded on The White House website, the lighting ceremony took place on Nov. 30.
President Trump carried on White House tradition and spoke at the ceremony. Without hesitation or embarrassment, he took the stage and immediately began to recall the Christmas story.
“The Christmas Story begins 2,000 years ago with a mother, a father, their baby son, and the most extraordinary gift of all—the gift of God’s love for all of humanity,” he began.
“Whatever our beliefs, we know that the birth of Jesus Christ and the story of his life forever changed the course of human history,” he continued.
The president wasn’t afraid to keep mentioning the name of Jesus or tell America the truth about the Christmas season: it’s all about the birth of Jesus Christ.
“Each and every year at Christmas time we recognize that the real spirit of Christmas is not what we have, it’s about who we are – each one of us is a child of God,” Trump continued, according to LifeSite News.
“That is the true source of joy this time of the year. That is what makes every Christmas ‘merry,’” he stated.
It’s refreshing to have a leader of the nation who also represents the groundwork that our country was built on, which was Christianity. This is a stark difference from his Muslim predecessor who only pretended to be a faithful Christian at his inauguration, but spent two presidential terms proving otherwise.
Trump doesn’t hide his faith, in fact, he’s proud of it as we saw during his campaign when he declared that if he becomes president he’ll bring “Merry Christmas” back instead of insisting on everyone saying the non-offending phrase, “Happy Holidays.” At a time when any mention of God has been removed from schools and the calls for it to be erased from the Pledge of Allegiance, our new president is reaffirming the Christian values that make up our nation.
Trump wants Christmas back in the agenda. I’m guessing he’s tired of everyone complaining about it. I am too. It wasn’t ever a problem years ago and it’s not a problem now. Christmas is one of the biggest holidays in America and we’re sticking to it.
We’re not getting rid of Christmas. We’re not calling it winter holiday. We’re not letting these politically correct crybabies bully everyone into feeling bad about loving Christmas. It’s our holiday and we’ll enjoy it and give attention to what the real reason for the season is. Anyone who finds it offensive can celebrate their own holiday, but don’t cry about ours.
You don’t see conservatives whining about other people’s holidays. Go celebrate! Enjoy your day and we’ll enjoy ours and we can all celebrate New Year’s Eve together. Unless that, of course, is offensive too. Is the calendar offensive to snowflakes as well? Are we starting a #NotMyNewYear hashtag trend? I think not.
Christmas is right around the corner, just 20 days from now, but here’s an early MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of you and yours in hopes that it triggers some snowflakes and anti-Christmas goons.