‘End of Year Holiday?’ For Shame!

(Special thanks to Phoebe for requesting this carol just as I was about to write this post–she must have read my mind: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, performed the old-fashioned way by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band.)

Leftids have been trying to get rid of Christmas for years; and this year, their friend the COVID virus might provide them with the means to do it.

First, we’ve just been told there will be no Santa Claus at Macy’s in New York–for the first time in 159 years (https://deadline.com/2020/10/macys-no-santa-claus-at-stores-this-year-1234602271/).

Yesterday we learned a new word: “whisper-singing.” They’ll let you sing Christmas carols–but only if you keep your face mask on, and sing in a whisper.

And we learned a new term, too. Now liberals are speaking of Christmas not as Christmas, but as a super-generic “End of Year Holiday.”

Are we seeing a pattern here?

Well, it’s up to us whether we take this lying down. The alternative is to celebrate Christmas with all our hearts and dare the villains to arrest us–for having Christmas!

As I once heard a wise woman say on Christian radio: when things look bad.,.. sing louder!

5 comments on “‘End of Year Holiday?’ For Shame!

  1. It’s technically impossible to sing in a whisper. Singing involves varying vibrations of the vocal cords in order to produce the notes of the song, and whispering by definition doesn’t involve the vocal cords. Oh, but silly me, expecting the wokeaholics to use logic or physical facts. (What happened to “follow the science”?)

    Okay, let’s sing louder (using vocal cords) — how about Alan Jackson singing “Washed in the Blood of the Lamb”? And then, maybe, a rip-roaring rendition (by anyone who rips a good roar) of “In the Name of Jesus We Have the Victory”?

    1. And don’t forget “The Son of God Goes Forth to War”!
      But now I have to type a book review.
      Good idea of yours–starting Christmas early, because the libs don’t want us to start it at all.

    1. Far Left Crazy really doesn’t want us celebrating Christmas anymore–so this year we have to put our hearts into it, more than ever.

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