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Dec 10 2020

Moonbat Neighbor Rebukes Nurse Over Christmas Lights

Another December means another installment in the moonbat War on Christmas. The low-profile light display on her home helped cheer up nurse Kim Hunt of St Anthony, Minnesota, who works a dangerous and depressing job on a coronavirus ward. Still more depressing are the leftist grinches who disapprove of holiday cheer. Hunt and her husband received an anonymous letter dripping with the sanctimonious malice that characterizes today’s liberal ruling class:

“I couldn’t help but notice your Christmas lights display. … The idea of twinkling, colorful lights are a reminder of divisions that continue to run through our society, a reminder of system biases against our neighbors who don’t celebrate Christmas or who can’t afford to put up lights of their own.”

Unless everyone chooses to celebrate Christmas, no one should celebrate Christmas. Because tolerance and diversity.

The condescending progressive preachiness dial is then cranked to 11:

“We must do the work of educating ourselves about the harmful impact an outward facing display like yours can have. I challenge you to respect the dignity of all people, while striving to learn from differences, ideas, and opinion of our neighbors.”

Once properly educated regarding differences, everyone will conform to political correctness with 100% homogeneity, and no moonbat will ever again have to grouse about Christmas lights.

“We must come together collectively and challenge these institutional inequities; St. Anthony is a community welcoming of all people and we must demand better for ourselves.”

A welcoming community of all people — except those who celebrate Christmas.

The mentality of this letter explains how it is possible that Democrats get elected.

On a tip from Rapinhoe.


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