Skip to comments.6 times the PC police tried to steal Christmas this year
Posted on 12/25/2016 3:21:36 PM PST by MtnClimber
We are in the heart of Christmas season, so that means its time for the tolerance Grinches to come out of their closets once again. And, despite its dumpster fire excesses, it is only fitting that the year 2016 close with the memory of these recent incidents and examples of Americas perennial War on Christmas.
1. No to religious-themed displays of Santa deity
An Oregon school district instructed staff to sacrifice Christmas symbols at the altar of diversity. According to a memo sent by the Hillsboro School District, school staff could still decorate their offices, but were asked to be respectful and sensitive to the diverse perspectives and beliefs of our community and refrain from using religious-themed decorations or images like Santa Claus.
Santa Claus is now too much for this Portland-adjacent school district.
2. Emergency Christmas tree memo
Government officials threatened to trash a Christmas tree in a cubicle at the Department of Veterans Affairs office in Philadelphia. A VA employee, who asked to remain anonymous, informed The Washington Times of one chilling memo:
There is a Christmas tree, ornaments, and decorations in the cubicle across from Luis Stevensons desk (the same cubicle where the scanner is housed), VA supervisor Rebecca Cellucci told workers in a late November email marked high importance. If this belongs to you, please claim it. Otherwise, it will be discarded on Friday.
3. Its religious censorship, Charlie Brown
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is alleged that a middle school staffers First Amendment rights were violated after school officials tried to censor a Charlie Brown Christmas holiday poster, as it also contained a Bible quote.
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The “Bah Humbuggers” are out in force.
The Grinch who stole Oregon.
I’ll see their “Santa Diety” and invite Krampus to pay them a visit during this joyous season.
Ha ha haaaaaaaa! !!!!
Need to get a few tons of coal for their stockings.
To VA supervisor Rebecca Cellucci...
Merry Christmas...Donald J. Trump
Ummm . . . won't that offend people who live in climates where it never (or very rarely) snows, like southern California and south Florida?
Shouldn't images of snowflakes and snowmen (men?) be accompanied or preceded by trigger warnings to protect the sensibilities of ethnic groups who originated in equatorial regions?
When the anti-religion pukes complained to our Mayor, he asked them the size of their membership, and they answered, "Over 20,000 nationwide, and over 1,000 in Texas".
His response was, "When you have enough votes in this county to outvote our town, come back to see me. Now, get back in your car, leave, and don't bother stopping here again -- even to spend money!" They left -- and we haven't heard another word from them...
Last Saturday and Sunday evenings we had wonderful Christmas services with combined choirs from our largest two churches -- black and white -- and from several small, Biblical churches -- black, white, and mixed. It was a wonderful time, with a wide variety of music and performance styles (accompanied, self-accompanied, and a capella) -- and camaraderie that felt like a foretaste of Heaven.
It was at that service that the Mayor (a member of our choir) wished us all "Merry Christmas" -- and told the above story about our sign. The response was a thunderous chorus of "Amen!"s, applause, and a loud mix of "Right on!". "Tell it, Brother!", etc!!
Needless to say, we've already been asked to plan something similar for next year...
Remember that diversity and sensitivity never includes anything leftists oppose.
Give ‘em a Grinch and they’ll take a smile.
Santa Claus and a reindeer are religious symbols? Some asshole has been drinking too much spiked eggnog. Definitely worthy of a “drunk while writing” violation. Bears an investigation and a brain transplant, or least a frontal lobotomy.
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