Corey Lewandowski “You can Say MERRY CHRISTMAS Again Because Donald Trump is President”

The holiday’s are right around the corner and Christmas is just a few weeks away. Everyone is shopping and preparing for their friends and family to arrive very soon. One of the political controversies we deal with every holiday season is whether people should say Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas.

So many liberals and progressives refuse to say Merry Christmas to people while most Americans take umbrage with that and feel that since Christmas is the predominantly celebrated holiday they should buck up and shut up and just say Merry Christmas. Liberals think that we should acknowledge all of the holidays that take place by saying Happy Holidays. Because Merry Christmas does not recognize Hannukah or Kwanzaa or the myriad other ridiculous holidays that exist.

So Corey Lewandowski went on Fox News. He is a longtime Trump supporter who left the campaign, went to CNN to work, and now is back working with Trump. Now that President Elect Trump is in office he insists that people can finally say Merry Christmas without fear of anything.

Look here at his appearance on Fox News,

Yet President Obama’s family White House card does not mention Christmas once! And it is infuriating everyone! The holiday card states the following with a picture of the First Family on it,

“With gratitude and cheer, we send our warmest wishes for health and happiness this holiday season. As we gather around this season, may the warmth and joy of the holidays fill your home.” 

Not one mention of Christmas. It is after all the national winter holiday. And it is the primary holiday of Christianity that the family claims to profess. Which is very odd.


Finally, the President Elect is doing something that yet again has been ignored for years. Bringing Merry Christmas back to the Christmas season.

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