Human beings have a great capacity to do two things at once. For instance, it is possible to celebrate Christmas while still being respectful of other religions. Often when we don’t know if the person we are speaking to happens to celebrate Christmas, another religious holiday, or nothing at all, we may offer a simple, “Happy Holidays” in way of a greeting. That certainly doesn’t mean when we walk through the door while visiting family and friends on Christmas morning we are not allowed to proclaim, “Merry Christmas!”
Donald Trump seems to think the people of the United States are too simple or stupid to understand this concept. While speaking on National Prayer Day, Trump went out of his way to take credit for the false claim that saying, “Merry Christmas” was in grave danger, and that he alone is responsible for bringing it back.While standing with leaders from Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu faiths Trump showed how complete tone-deaf he is by saying:
One nation under God. So important. And we say it. A lot of people, you know, they don’t say it. But you know what? They’re starting to say it more, just like we’re starting to say ‘Merry Christmas’ when that day comes around. You notice a big difference between now and two or three years ago? It was going in the other direction rapidly. Now it’s straight up.
We can only assume that Trump needed to take credit for something since his approval rating continue to plummet, especially in the light that her was fully aware of the pay-off for Stormy Daniels silence on their affair. One that he denied ever took place. While boasting about his single handedly bringing Christmas back from the edge of doom, Trump was asked about the payoff from his extramarital affair. He refused to answer.
The ridiculousness is not lost on the people.
Trump ran out of things to take credit for, so evidently, he goes back to taking credit for Merry Christmas in FUC**NG MAY pic.twitter.com/JWdDVvZq0X
— ALT- Immigration (@ALT_uscis) May 3, 2018
“Trump claims Americans say 'under God' and 'merry Christmas' more since he won.” But even more they feel free to use the word “pussy” in public.
— J. D. Landis (@J_D_Landis) May 4, 2018
Trump wasn't saying Merry Christmas a few years ago. pic.twitter.com/woejjyomja
— Lee Ann Lewman (@LALewman) May 3, 2018
The sarcasm was thick.
Trump is a true man of God. His piety, selflessness, honesty and regard for all humans has been well documented. He is almost Jesus-like in the way he treats women and he’s never vindictive with his enemies. He is a class act. Aspire to be Trump and Jesus will reward you. #savior
— Richie Bonneville (@RickyBonneville) May 3, 2018
Was Christmas ever in “danger.” The truth seems to point to, no.
I'm an #atheist. I have never been angry when someone wished me a Merry Christmas
— Tommy Cuevas (@theamazingtommy) May 3, 2018
The lies are snowballing.
Trump: “We're starting to say merry Christmas again… You notice a big difference between now and two or three years ago?”
LET'S CHECK THE EVIDENCE, DON pic.twitter.com/pkMYsBjjUH
— JRehling (@JRehling) May 3, 2018
People are over it. Again!
Trump takes credit for “Merry Christmas” coming back even though it never went anywhere. In May. At #NationalPrayerDay. Hours after admitting he bribed a porn star. His persecuted evangelical scam works because that group will support anyone who tells them what they want to hear.
— Adam Best (@adamcbest) May 3, 2018
Trump in the rose garden: Americans are saying 'Merry Christmas' thanks to me for bringing Christmas back.
Are you kidding me?
Where did the heck Christmas go before you brought it back?
You can say that to the snowflakes because American always said Merry Christmas.
— Ambassador Rob (@RobertoWinsSher) May 3, 2018
And just to show how much everyone still love Christmas, here’s a acrostic poem just for Trump.
Trump’s proud we can say “Merry Christmas” again, I see.
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— Dreamweasel (@Dreamweasel) May 4, 2018
Merry Christmas, Mr. President!