USA: In 1915, Woodrow Wilson approvingly screened Birth of a Nation, a KKK homage, in the White House. That was the last time the White House has seen anything as grotesquely racist as the Biden-approved singing nurses, whose song comes from an homage to the Confederacy.
The White House has a Christmas problem — and no, it’s not Jill Biden’s bizarre arch of boxes:
Jill Biden using empty Christmas boxes is very on brand for this Christmas pic.twitter.com/z0LWbB6ERY
— Tarah Heuss (@HeussTarah) November 30, 2021
Instead, it’s the grim, lonely Christmas that the White House promises America:
(As a reminder, omicron attacks vaccinated and unvaccinated alike, and vaccinated people can both catch and spread all variants of the virus.)
by Andrea Widburg
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