I know, I know, I know. I said Saturday's Covid rant would be my last Covid article ever, but hey! Woman's prerogative. There is one last tiny loophole to close before leaving the subject forever (hopefully.)
Strangely, even in the midst of sickness, horror and death, blessings have come from Covid in the strangest of ways. Fauci & Co. may've meant it for Evil but God used it for some good. So, just in case I decide to embrace a Covid-free website, we should really count those blessings first.
Usually in AMERICA: The Blog I harp on and on about politics but not this week.
This week is special. Growing up, my family never put up a Christmas tree nor exchanged presents on Christmas Morning, but we always remembered the Reason for the Season, listened to King College's live broadcast of the Festival of the Nine Lessons and Carols and enjoyed Dickensian Jollity together.
So, unless the Democrats do something exceptionally stupid this week (I mean more stupid than their usual stupid), this week AMERICA: The Blog will be revisiting Christmases in the the Trump White House (aka Camelot) through pictures and videos.
Welcome to Christmas 2017, the first Christmas in a long time when America was put first and Jesus' birth unabashedly acknowledged as the Reason for the Season.
One of the more perverse things about the Mainstream Media is how lazy they are in their baldfaced lies about Trump. At least make it good, y'know!? Instead, they tell simplistic lies that are an insult to our intelligence and a waste of our time to refute.
Take, for example, their claims that President Trump and Bill O'Reilly had "sparse crowds" during their recent History Tour. Heavy sigh. The MSM "prove" it by taking photos long before or after the events when, of course, many seats are empty. Same shit they pulled during President Trump's 2017 Inauguration.
A picture being worth a thousand words, I'm going to shut up and share the photos despite having better things to do with my time...like watching paint dry!
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