Liberals declared a war on Christmas.
Joe Biden escalated it to an absurd new level.
And Joe Biden canceled one Christmas tradition for this insane reason.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
It’s rare for the public to have a chance to interact with President Joe Biden. All of his appearances are carefully scripted. Biden has been photographed with a cue card telling him when to sit down.
In recent years the president traditionally does a video call into NORAD to see where Santa is and to speak with kids before Christmas.
But last year the event went badly for Joe Biden when he cheerfully said “Let’s go, Brandon,” in agreement with a father who was calling in.
“I hope you have a wonderful Christmas,” Biden told the father of the children at the end of the call.
“I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well,” he replied. “Merry Christmas and Let’s go, Brandon.”
“Let’s go, Brandon. I agree,” Biden said in response.
This year Biden failed to take phone calls from children about Santa on Christmas Eve and instead Jill Biden did the event alone.
“It’s almost time to set out the cookies and get the reindeers’ carrots ready — NORAD Command just said Santa is on his way to your neighborhood!” she tweeted on Saturday evening.
Every president since Dwight D. Eisenhower has participated in the tradition but Biden has given it up without even giving an explanation.
Biden is the oldest-ever commander-in-chief and turned 80 last month and polls have shown Biden’s age and health are serious concerns for most voters.
An October survey found that 64% of Americans, and even 50% of Democrats, said they were “concerned” about Biden’s mental health, especially after Biden looked for Rep. Jackie Walorski who had tragically been killed in a car accident weeks before.
“Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? She must not be here,” he asked from the stage.
Biden had previously personally called Walorski’s family.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed that Biden made the error about Walorski because she was “top of mind.”
Matt Viser of the Washington Post noted to Jean-Pierre, “The confusing part is, why if [Walorski] and the family are top of mind does the president think she’s living and in the room?”
“I don’t find that confusing,” Jean-Pierre insisted.
“I mean, I think many people can speak to sometimes when we have someone top of mind, they’re top of mind — exactly that … It happened at an event where we were calling out the champions, congressional champions in particular, of this issue.”
At that point, Newsmax reporter James Rosen said, “Karine, I have John Lennon top of mind just about every day, but I’m not looking around for him anywhere.”
“When you sign a bill for John Lennon as president, then we can have this conversation,” the press secretary shot back.