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The ‘War on Christmas’ is NOT a Conspiracy Theory

It’s become a December tradition here in America: leftists complain about the fact that the majority of the country is celebrating a religious holiday, all while simultaneously denying to have any issue with it whatsoever.

Anchors over at CNN, MSNBC, and the rest of the gang ran a few segments in the week leading up to Christmas Day mocking conservative Americans for suggesting that there is a cultural push from the left to remove religious iconography from public life. How absurd it is, they say, that there are millions of Americans who think their culture is being taken from them…

The thing is, when you open up progressive papers like the New York Times or the Washington Post, there is a ton of content from progressive writers calling for people to refrain from using phrases like “Merry Christmas.” The idea that conservative Christians are overreacting to this just isn’t true.

It isn’t only the news media that’s cracking down on religious expression during the holiday season. Even the movies we watch on cable TV may soon change because left-wing identitarians are upset that there aren’t enough black or gay people in lead roles.

Here’s Mark Dice with more specific examples.


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