For the second year in a row, "devout Catholic" Joe Biden made no mention of Jesus, God or the real "Reason for the Season" at the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held earlier this month. How can you have Christmas without "Christ"? AMAC Newsline reports:
Like last year's remarks — in which Biden reduced the miracle of Christ's birth to a vague reference to a "beacon of hope" — the president’s 2022 Tree Lighting speech carefully avoided any mention of the religious significance of the event. Biden made multiple mentions of the so-called "holiday season," before falling back on the left’s sterilized vocabulary of "unity and joy, hope and light."
In response, Grassfire thought we'd share what an "America First" president, one who truly loves our Creator and this great nation, thinks about Christmas. Here's an excerpt from President Trump's 2020 Christmas greeting, the final one of his first term:
The First Lady and I send our warmest wishes to all Americans as we celebrate Christmas. While our gatherings might look different than in years past, this Christmas, like every Christmas, is an opportunity for us to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and show our heartfelt gratitude for the abundant blessings God has bestowed upon our lives and country.
In this season of peace, we cherish the warmth, generosity, and faith that breathe life into our holiday gatherings. The love we share with our family and friends fills our hearts with joy, just as the story of Christ’s birth inspires people all over the world. This year, we come together as proud Americans — grateful for our sacred right to worship freely and to openly profess our trust in the enduring light and promise of the coming of God.
On this very special holiday weekend, Grassfire wishes you and your loved ones a very merry Christmas. We also want to thank you for partnering with us to support America's founding principles of life, liberty and limited government.
God bless you.
The Grassfire Team
Biden Leaves Christ Out of Christmas for Second Consecutive Year (AMAC Newsline)
Presidential Message on Christmas: December 25, 2020 (The White House)
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