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White House Sends Mixed Messages On Easter Sunday

Graham Perdue
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The White House took advantage of Easter Sunday to send remarkably mixed messages to its left-wing supporters. On the one hand, English speakers were treated to a proclamation honoring confused individuals who believe they are the opposite gender from that which they were born into.

Biden repeated the celebration of gender dysphoria throughout his administration, even when it fell on Easter Sunday.

The White House declared that it “honors the extraordinary courage” of these Americans while recommitting itself “to forming a more perfect union — where all people are treated equally.”


The administration added, “You are loved, you are heard, you are understood, you belong.”

But this misguided observance was wholly ignored on the White House account, “La Casa Blanca.” Instead, the Spanish-speaking audience was treated to only Easter messages and a celebration of labor activist Cesar Chavez.

The Oval Office is well aware of Biden’s lagging support in the Hispanic community, which is generally far more conservative than traditional liberal Democrats. Most are still Catholic, and Easter remains the holiest day of the year.

Instead of admitting the hypocritical mixed message sent by the Democrat, the White House this week doubled down on blurring Easter with unrelated and lesser events.


White House spokesman Andrew Bates claimed the president stands for uniting the nation and “upholding the dignity and freedoms of every American.”

Then he blasted Biden’s critics. “Sadly, it’s unsurprising [that] politicians are seeking to divide and weaken our country with cruel, hateful and dishonest rhetoric. President Biden will never abuse his faith for political purposes or for profit.”

Former President Trump was not amused.

The Republican presidential frontrunner immediately called for an apology from the White House for desecrating the holy day. His national press secretary, Karoline Leavitt, declared that Biden’s proclamation was simply another example of the president’s extended attack on Christianity.

Meanwhile, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) called the president’s message “outrageous and abhorrent.” He said the American people are well aware of the president’s motives.

Johnson posted on X, formerly Twitter, “The Biden White House has betrayed the central tenet of Easter — which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ.” 

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