Joe Biden waxed poetic on Christmas Eve in a post on X and wanted to offer his “wish” for Americans to start off Christmas right with some heartfelt “reflection” about “the Christmas story.” He forgot to mention the central figure that makes up that “Christmas story.” You know. That Jesus fellow?

At 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve, Biden’s X post read as follows:

This Christmas Eve, my wish for you and your family is that you take a few moments of quiet reflection and find that stillness that’s at the center of the Christmas story.

May you find peace in this silent night. And warmth from those surrounding you.

Such a fantastic, touching display of …

Wait a minute.

Since when was the Christmas story is about “stillness”?

How is “stillness” at the “center” of the Christmas story?

He then mentioned “silent night.”

So, does Joe think “silent nights” and “stillness” are “at the center of the Christmas story”?

When I last looked, the birth of Jesus Christ was “at the center of the Christmas story.”

Now, sure, not all of Christmas is about Jesus in America. Many people celebrate the other aspects of secular Christmas, which is perfectly fine. This is America, after all.

But if he wanted to stay secular, who should have avoided the whole “Christmas story” rhetoric altogether.

After all, “the Christmas story” IS the birth of Christ.

It isn’t “stillness,” “quiet reflection,” or “silent nights.”

There is no “Christmas story” without the birth of Christ.

It’s all just another example of how Biden has eliminated all the traditional Christian influences in every holiday he has celebrated as our selected dent… I mean “president.”

He did the same thing during Thanksgiving. He somehow *accidentally* forgot to mention God or the Bible in his Thanksgiving Day message. In that, he was quite unlike every other president.

It isn’t the first time Joe left Jesus Christ out of his Christmas messages. He did the same thing back in 2022.

Joe Biden is genuinely the most godless president we have ever had sitting in the White House.

Biden’s message was quite the opposite of Trump’s, of course.

In his Truth Social post, Trump was particular about his message.

“Melania and I would like to wish everyone a happy, joyous, and wonderful Christmas season,” Trump said.

“In this holy time of year, Christians everywhere give thanks that over 2,000 years ago, God sent his only son into the world to be the savior of all mankind. The birth of Jesus Christ is the true miracle we celebrate each Christmas,” said Trump. “He is the ultimate source of our joy, hope, and sense of peace and goodwill as we gather with family and loved ones. It is such a great time of the year. This is why we can never stop saying that beautiful phrase, ‘Merry Christmas.'”

“This holiday, we give thanks for the many blessings God has bestowed upon us. We pray for the safety of our men and women in uniform at home and abroad, and we ask God to guide us, to give us strength and watch over us in this pivotal year ahead,” Trump continued.

“With his help, by this time next year, we will be well on our way to making America safer, stronger, greater, and more prosperous than ever before. Once again, Melania and I wish you a very merry Christmas. God bless you all. And may 2024 be the best year of our lives!”

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