Video descriptions include "Sarah Palin and Bill O'Reilly rush to Christmas's defense, despite its not being in any way threatened," (Here) and "A small band of 70% of the country fights for the right to openly celebrate the feast day of their lord's birth. "(Here.) Of course, that part about 70% of the country is our point, but they're using it to say there's no problem.
Liberal hysteria site Salon has this piece of denialism:
6 conspiracy theories about the imaginary war on Christmas Every year, the right-wing freaks out about a phenomenon that's about as real as Santa Claus Rob Boston, December 10, 2013By the way, that's actually content from Alternet that Salon is crossposting. Salon is mainstream crazy liberals who voted for Obama. Alternet is wacko crazy liberals who voted for Ralph Nader because neither Angela Davis nor Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was running.
Jason and Katla love Christmas — they love the way the spirit of the season makes everyone's day a little brighter. And that's why they hate the way that somehow, their favorite, all-inclusive greeting to everyone they meet, "Happy Holidays," has somehow become analogous to persecution.So in the interests of saying there's no War on Christmas, or if there is "Someone else started it," they're actually declaring War on Christmas, that's really going to convince people. Last year, I noted, Salon also admitted to War on Christmas:
But they're fighting the good fight. This year, they have declared War On Christmas.
In the second of a HuffPost Comedy four-part series, Jason and Katla make war on the political War On Christmas. Someone else started it, but Jason and Katla intend to finish it once and for all.
The Political War On Christmas And Its Arch Enemy, 'Happy Holidays', December 10, 2013
There really is a war on Christmas!This was their graphic:
And it's being fought by some of the bravest atheists in the country, nonbelievers in rural areas and the heartland
By Daniel Denvir, December 23, 2012
In the meantime, around the United States, nativity scenes are being vandalized, and the baby Jesus is stolen from his crib so often that the Inland Empire Press-Enterprise in Temecula calls it a " a well-worn holiday prank."[TEMECULA: Nativity scene swiped from family’s front yard, By Sarah Burge, December 9, 2013]
I don't think "prank" or "swiped" are appropriate for sacrilege and theft of objects with both intrinsic and sentimental value, but that's because I haven't been brainwashed to think there's "No War On Christmas".