Since the Democratic National Convention, the Democrats have been on a downward spiral, attacking the very fabric of American society. Through riots and so-called peaceful protests, these aggressors have looted homes, destroyed businesses, and even killed all in the name of a better tomorrow. Well, now it seems that Joe Biden and the Democrats have set their eyes on a new target – Christmas.

Speaking to supporters, President Donald Trump didn’t fall silent when it came to his opponent. On Sunday, the president made it clear that if Joe Biden was to become president, then the Christmas holiday would be canceled.

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The president went on to say, “Under the Biden lockdown, the lights of Reno and Las Vegas were extinguished. Carson City will become a ghost town. If he comes in, Carson City will become a ghost town and the Christmas season will be canceled.”

While Biden nor the Democrats have come out to literally say they are attacking the seasonal holiday, their new initiatives would directly impact the festive time of year. Under a Biden Administration, nationwide lockdowns would cause the majority of businesses to close or completely go under. Biden and his campaign believe the best way to fight the coronavirus is to lock ourselves away and not interact. It doesn’t matter that just weeks ago over 6,000 scientists agreed lockdowns do little to help stop the spread.

Still, with lockdowns and his New Green Deal, places like California, Nevada, and New York would see their power supply siphoned, causing numerous blackouts that have already plagued the Democrat ran California. Even when asked about the Green New Deal during the first debate, Biden couldn’t seem to make up his mind as he was for it than against it, depending on the temperature of the room.

If you recall, this isn’t the first time Democrats have tried to attack the global holiday. Back in 2016, Trump urged supporters to bring back the phrase “Merry Christmas”. He said, “I saw these big department stores, you know, they thought it was politically correct. So they say, ‘Have a great season.’ I said, ‘I don’t want to have a great season’; I want to say ‘Merry Christmas.’”