Two words. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed that under his tenure in the White House, Americans will start saying two words again during this time of the season.
Enough with the PC war on Christmas perpetrated by the left during Obama’s eight years in office.
“We’re going to start saying Merry Christmas again,” Trump himself told supporters at a rally in Michigan over the weekend.
And with that, liberals heads everywhere turned a shade of red similar to Santa’s outfit.
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Via Fox News Insider:
At a rally in Michigan yesterday, President-elect Donald Trump heralded what he called the return of the ubiquity of the phrase “Merry Christmas” during the festive season.
“We’re going to start saying Merry Christmas again,” Trump said, noting that over the past number of years many department stores have kept their more secular decorations, like fake snow, red walls and bells, “but they don’t have ‘Merry Christmas’.”
Trump appeared to echo some of the sentiments expressed by Bill O’Reilly in a 2013 monologue, in which the “O’Reilly Factor” host responded to comments by comedian Jon Stewart.
O’Reilly said that in recent times, the secular-progressive movement has instituted somewhat of a “war” on the idea of Christmas as a widely-accepted holiday.
Trump’s team members have already been boldly declaring the War on Christmas is over, now the message is coming straight from the future President himself.
Cross-posted at the Political Insider