Trump: 'Crazy Wokeness' Cannot Stop People Saying ‘Merry Christmas’
Big chains want your money, but they don't want to say, 'Merry Christmas'
Donald Trump has declared that "America loves Christmas" despite the "wokeness" epidemic.
Trump told Mike Huckabee in Newsmax's soon-to-be-released "Christmas in America" special:
"And whether you're Muslim, whether you're Christian , whether you're Jewish, everyone loves Christmas, and they'd say, 'Merry Christmas ' — until these crazy people came along, and they wanted to stop it, along with everything else."
Trump brought up his agenda to get people saying "Merry Christmas" again in his 2016 campaign.
"The country had started with this 'woke' a little bit before that, and it was embarrassing for stores to say, 'Merry Christmas,'" Trump said.
"You see these big chains. They want your money, but they don't want to say, 'Merry Christmas.'"
"And now people are saying it — of course, they're not saying a lot of other things, like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, you know those names are being obliterated because of craziness," Trump continued.
"But they are saying 'Merry Christmas' again."
"We got that. That was a big part of what I was doing."
Meanwhile, in the UK, Civil servants banned the word "Christmas" from a proposed government campaign fearing it would offend minorities.
Neon Nettle reported that British officials vetoed the use of "Christmas" from being used in a COVID testing drive that would be marketed at students.
They argued the term risks offending minorities within the country.
Trump recently called on governors to use the National Guard to prevent mass "smash and grab" retail robberies, which have ravaged blue cities.
“If Democrats don’t immediately stop smash-and-grab robberies, which are taking place in their cities, the National Guard must be called out," Trump said.
"There has never been such a thing that has happened in our country."
Trump's comments come amid several flash mob-style robberies at high-end retail stores in California.
"Large numbers of stores are leaving San Francisco and other cities."
"Some chains are closing most of their stores, it is all not even believable.”