In our culture of progressivism and political correctness, nothing is safe.
Now, apparently, even wishing someone a “Merry Christmas” is “white supremacy culture at work.” At least, that’s according to Jen Bokoff, a Chicago woman who made the astonishing claim on Christmas Day.
“This is your annual reminder that not everyone celebrates Christmas! The default to ‘Merry Christmas’ as a normal greeting is also white supremacy culture at work. If someone celebrates, then by all means. But so many people don’t,” Bokoff tweeted.
This is an actual person: pic.twitter.com/pWHdUBY1cC
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) December 25, 2020
Bokoff’s claim is dripping with irony. That’s because Christmas is one of Christianity’s two major holiday seasons (the other being Easter, of course). And Christianity is, in fact, the largest global multiethnic religion, which means Christmas was celebrated on every continent and nearly every country on Friday.
Who wants to tell her that hundreds of millions of Christians who celebrate Christmas worldwide are something other than white?
— Chris Mykrantz (@chrismykrantz) December 25, 2020
This isn't a racist white thing. Jesus was Middle Eastern. This is a, "I follow Christ thing"
Bless her heart.
— President elect Missy Jonze (@MJ4RollTide) December 26, 2020
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