The War on Christmas Is Over, and America Won

Melania Trump declares victory, ownership of libs

December 2, 2019

For just the third time since 2009, the Christmas holiday is alive and well in America. Our exquisite first lady, Melania Trump, declared late Sunday that this year's Christmas decorations at the White House would be infused with "The Spirit of America."

The announcement was a decisive blow to the millions of aggrieved libs who eschew patriotism in every context not involving soccer, and who remain bitter as a result of their failure to eradicate the Christian holiday during the Barack Obama regime.

American patriotism, which became socially acceptable again in late 2016, is evident throughout the Christmas decor at the White House, where traditional holiday green mingles with formidable red, white, and blue, and a gingerbread White House is flanked by models of famed American landmarks including Mount Rushmore, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Statue of Liberty.

The East Room features Christmas trees topped with gilded eagles, and other decorations inspired by the American flag, a symbol of national pride that hard working Americans are no longer afraid to fly outside their homes thanks to President Donald Trump's courageous leadership.

Melania shared several photos of the decorations via her official Twitter account on Monday. Users of the popular social networking website were quick to share their awe and appreciation for the American-themed elegance on display in our nation's capital.

Cry more, libs.