Politicians in the Democrat Party want nothing less than the total and complete annihilation of America.
They want to raze our country to the ground culturally and replace our traditions with their twisted worldview.
Now, radical Left policymakers are taking a swipe at Christmas traditions in this Wisconsin town by telling workers what’s acceptable at Christmas.
Thanksgiving means it’s time to decorate for Christmas
People across America see Thanksgiving as a signal to start their Christmas preparations, and that includes decorating.
While many people wait until after the first day of Advent—the fourth Sunday before Christmas—others can’t help but decorate ahead of Turkey Day.
YouGov conducted a poll last year, asking Americans what their tradition is.
The survey which covered 3,000 adults found that 24 percent of people decorate before Thanksgiving.
Whereas 25 percent of them put decorations up on Black Friday and another 24 percent decorate sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Office and retail spaces tend to start a little earlier than the average person.
National retail stores like Walmart, Target, and Macy’s are ready to get their shoppers in the mood for Christmas shopping.
That’s why we start to see some stores decorating as soon as the first week of November.
Now that the holiday season is in full swing—we’re seeing the Left push back on Christmas yet again.
City employees should choose “more neutral” decorations this year
Two city administrators in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, are leading the anti-Christmas charge in the Milwaukee suburb.
Deputy administrator Melissa Cantarero Weiss sent out an email to city employees in Wauwatosa last week directing them on how to be more “inclusive” with their Christmas decorations.
Along with backing from her boss James Archambo, Weiss told other city officials that this year they should be careful not to offend citizens or other city employees.
The goal is to create an environment where “everyone can feel comfortable” by choosing “more neutral” decorations.
Weiss sent out the email in response to people having already put up their Christmas decorations in offices.
“In our ongoing efforts to foster a more equitable and inclusive community, we believe it is crucial to be considerate of how we decorate public spaces during this season,” Weiss wrote.
Wisconsin Right Now obtained a copy of the email from multiple citizens who said that the city should be focusing on bigger issues.
Decorate with “snow people” not snowmen
“Currently, Christmas decorations are prevalent throughout public counters at City Hall and perhaps other buildings as well. While we understand the significance of this holiday for many, it is important to recognize that not all . . . [people] celebrate Christmas,” Weiss wrote.
The city encouraged employees to consider new themes like Winter Wonderland, Lights and Greenery, and the Northern Lights.
Weiss used the gender-neutral term “snow people” when describing decorations for a Winter Wonderland theme.
The deputy administrator also suggested that the blue and purple colors of the Aurora Borealis would be more welcoming than red and green.
“We kindly ask that departments refrain from using religious decorations or solely associated with Christmas (such as red and green colors) when decorating public spaces within city buildings,” she wrote.
Weiss said that “by embracing inclusive decorating practices, we can reinforce our commitment to being a more equitable and welcoming place for all people who live in Wauwatosa.”
This is just the beginning of the fight against Christmas for the 2023 season.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.