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Trump Declares November 5th will be ‘Christian Visibility Day’


After President Joe Biden declared March 31 - which happened to fall on Easter this year - a “Transgender Day of Visibility," Donald Trump decided to make a point.

Speaking at a campaign rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, this week, Trump said that election day on November 5th would be hailed as “Christian Visibility Day.”

“November 5th we are going to win this state, we’re going to win the White House and we are going to save our country,” Trump declares. “We’re going to save our country.”

“And what the hell was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be Trans Visibility Day?” he said. “Such total disrespect to Christians. And November 5th is going to be called something else."

"Do you know what it’s going to be called?” continues Trump. “Christian Visibility Day.”

Now this is no official proclamation - but it was Trump making a statement. Not hard policy positions but just pushing back on the notion that the Left should own the culture, including the president making such absurd declarations, like the one Biden did.

About Christianity's holiest day, no less.

Biden said before Easter in a statement, “On Transgender Day of Visibility, we honor the extraordinary courage and contributions of transgender Americans and reaffirm our Nation’s commitment to forming a more perfect Union — where all people are created equal and treated equally throughout their lives."


Give us a break.


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