Many Christians these days are referring to easter Sunday as “Resurrection Sunday” in order to differentiate it from cultural traditions such as egg hunts, according to The Western Journal.
Despite emphatically assuring that he’s a Devout Catholic, Joe Biden failed to mention one little word when he gave his “Resurrection Day” speech.
The word he failed to mention was that of “Jesus.”
However, he didn’t skip a beat when speaking on the subject of the coronavirus pandemic.
From our family to yours, we wish you health, hope, joy, and peace. Happy Easter, everyone! pic.twitter.com/3NHPrbFCVt
— President Biden (@POTUS) April 4, 2021
As Joe Biden squinted at the teleprompter he reportedly spoke with near-complete coherence.
Biden spoke of a “light shining in the darkness” which you would think he would be referring to The King of Kings.
Instead, he used this phrase to describe overcoming COVID-19.
“We share the sentiments of Pope Francis, who has said that getting vaccinated is a moral obligation, one that can save your life and the lives of others,” he declared.
“By getting vaccinated and encouraging your congregations and your communities to get vaccinated, we not only can beat this virus, we can also haste the day when we can celebrate the holidays together again.”
From our family to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. pic.twitter.com/NzVEFFfrG1
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 25, 2020
More from The Western Journal:
It might concern you that the president of the United States is pushing a major Christian holiday to encourage a widescale government vaccination program.
It absolutely should concern you that he felt more emboldened to politicize this message than he did dare to mention the name of the Lord he claims to serve.
The Democrats prefer these politically correct platitudes to fundamental truth because at the end of the day, their party platform is predicated on statism rather than theism, the latter of which the American system was founded on.
Biden has made clear what he believes the American public should revere — the state, not the God who gave us the rights the Founding Fathers intended to limit the state from infringing.