Trump on Biden declaring Easter ‘Trans Visibility Day’: Blasphemous

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Statement from Trump Campaign on Joe Biden’s Blasphemous Declaration of Trans Visibility Day on Easter Sunday
“It is appalling and insulting that Joe Biden’s White House prohibited children from submitting religious egg designs for their Easter Art Event, and formally proclaimed Easter Sunday as ‘Trans Day of Visibility.’ Sadly, these are just two more examples of the Biden Administration’s years-long assault on the Christian faith. We call on Joe Biden’s failing campaign and White House to issue an apology to the millions of Catholics and Christians across America who believe tomorrow is for one celebration only — the resurrection of Jesus Christ.” -Karoline Leavitt, National Press Secretary

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18 thoughts on “Trump on Biden declaring Easter ‘Trans Visibility Day’: Blasphemous”

  1. It is now clear that voting Democrat is to self identify as evil. The Biden regime is full blown anti-Christian declaring itself a tool of Satan.

  2. I thought “prohibiting the free exercise” of religion was disallowed by the 1st Amendment. It is utterly ridiculous and blatantly unethical to prohibit the use of religious symbols in an art competition for Easter eggs. So: Easter is decreed to no longer be a festival associated with Christian beliefs? I found this hard to believe, but in doing my own research: “The art contest is part of the White House’s Easter traditions, which include the annual Easter Egg Roll. The flyer for the contest states that an Easter egg design submission “must not include any questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements.”
    Insanity is pervading our society; and we seem to be expected to accept
    and join in.

  3. thank you for your ever brilliant reporting – it’s nice to know that there are still responsible journalists who believe in reporting the truth and don’t cave to public pressures…..

  4. That Joe Biteme would do this on the holiest day for millions of Americans shows all you need to know about the clown. If you are a Catholic and vote for this fool again, you show your true allegiance to the disaster that is now destroying a once great nation.

    1. Any alleged Christian who votes democrat is a demon in disguise. One does not get to put a partisan label above the laws of God Himself.

  5. Nothing despicable that the Biden administration does anymore surprises me. He is but a shell being manipulated by degenerates within the democrat party.

  6. As one commenter said, nothing surprises me anymore with this administration. One of, if not the most, anti-christian I have ever seen. When you proclaim a day for transvestites on the same day of Easter there is a sickness to this president. Have a backbone Biden, stand up and say it’s wrong!

  7. I wondered if there might be more to this story than what was in this article. So I did what I believe everyone should do – instead of taking something at face value, I looked on-line to see if I could find some more information. In about five minutes of looking, I found (at least) three articles that all said the same basic thing:
    1) These rules for the Easter Egg roll have been the same for the last 45 years which, of course, would include Trump’s Administration
    2) Trans Visibility Day has been celebrated on March 31 since 2010. It’s just that it so happens that Easter falls on March 31 this year.
    No matter how anyone feels about any of these issues, these two facts clearly put these issues in a different light. How, for example, could Trump supporters excoriate Biden for using the same rules that Trump used?
    But the larger question is why these pieces of information, clearly relevant to the issues at hand, are missing from this article. Shouldn’t a “nonpartisan” journalist have included them if only to provide a more complete picture? People are certainly free to believe whatever they want. But shouldn’t they have all of the relevant facts when making a judgment? I certainly think so.

  8. Reply to PDL. You make an excellent point to not take things at face value and your research is good.
    I would ask you though whether Easter roll on the WH lawn should also have ANY associtation with Transgenderism?
    Since Easter has been associated with the the Christian religion as the day Christ rose for several thousand years wouldn’t it be given the priority for this day of celebration.
    Transgenders could celebrate the Sunday before, or the Sunday after, or even on a Saturday since they are the ‘jonny come lately’ celebration.

    IMO Biden has made a mockery of his supposed Catholic faith in many ways. This is just the latest.
    I am not a Christian but I respect Christian’s faith and beliefs.

  9. Reply to Jeff (for some reason the “reply” button doesn’t work)…
    You asked if I thought “whether Easter roll on the WH lawn should also have ANY association with Transgenderism”. My answer is that you are conflating two different things. There is no association between the Easter Egg Roll and Trans Visibility Day. I have zero idea why March 31 was chosen back in 2010 as Trans Visibility Day. All I know is that it was, and it just happens to be Easter Sunday this year.
    And I don’t agree that Biden has made a mockery of his Christian faith, but we’re all entitled to an opinion. But please let me remind you of what I believe is practically the definition of mockery: when someone claims to “know more about the Bible than anyone else” and then when speaking at Liberty University proceeds to call “Second Corinthians” “Two Corinthians”. No one who knows anything about the Bible would make that mistake.

  10. Jeffery Wayne Tartt

    As an American Christian I understand the separation of Church and State and why it exist. I agree 100% that people should be able to worship or practice whatever religion they choose. I also believe that Biden and the others had a right to do what they did, BUT just because you have a right to do something doesn’t always mean you should. It’s not a negative what happened Easter Sunday 2024. It’s actually a positive. What more proof does one need than Easter 2024? What else do you need to see with your own eyes to wake you up to the complete insanity that has taken over our Federal Government? Trump 2024 or I can guarantee you…Christmas Day will become a thing of the past!

  11. This controversy could have easily been avoided if the White House viewed itself as the BUSINESS OFFICE it’s SUPPOSED to be, not a weird carnival sideshow intended to celebrate holidays, whether traditional or currently fashionable.

    Our government couldn’t stay in its lane and stick to business if its life depended on it. It would rather put on goofy Turkey-pardoning pageants and other such rubbish.

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