JUST IN: OBAMA Releases Horrible ANNOUNCEMENT about Christmas


Before he leaves office, Obama is making one final push to ban Christmas from the White House… not kidding!

After more than three decades and five administrations, “Christmas in Washington,” the celebrity-packed holiday special attended by the First Family, won’t be returning for its 34th holiday season.

Im sick and tired of liberals forcing others to say “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas.” This season is about the birth of Jesus Christ, who was born this month to give salvation to mankind.

It’s a tradition deeply rooted in America, which is why President Barack Obama opposes it.

Now we learn that after many decades on air, “Christmas in Washington” is officially cancelled. The cable channel which usually broadcasts the show decided not to air, and you can be certain that Obama did nothing to save the long-standing tradition of celebrating Christmas at the White House.

Obama wants anything to do with Christianity wiped away from America, so it’s hardly surprising this show was taken off the air.

This is outrageous!


After last year’s show, hosted by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, TNT announced that it would no longer broadcast the Christmas special, ending a 15-year partnership with veteran producer George Stevens Jr. and his son, Michael. The Stevenses, who had just been ousted as the producers of the Kennedy Center Honors gala, said they were in search of a new broadcast partner.
But a new network sponsor was never found, and according to the Stevens Co., the 2014 broadcast was the last.

“Christmas in Washington,” which began in 1982, was like a grade-school pageant on steroids. The night was filled with marquee musicals acts such as Earth, Wind & Fire, Tim McGraw, Gloria Estefan, Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey, who crooned Christmas classics on stage while the first family and other Washington VIPs sang along from the audience.

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For the big finale everyone, including the first family, headed to the stage for hand-holding, hugging and a big singalong. It was a hot holiday ticket and decades-long tradition.
Via The Washington Post

The War on Christmas is real, which is why we need a moral leader in the White House.

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