Leftists are doing everything they can to strike down cultural norms.
Christmas in particular has been under assault for years.
And all hell broke loose after one comedian said “Merry Christmas” to her staff.
Comedian Whitney Cummings is no conservative, and neither is talk show host Conan O’Brien.
But even both of them had to concede the war on Christmas has gotten absurd.
While working as a writer/producer on the reboot of “Roseanne,” Cummings got in hot water when she wished her staff a Merry Christmas.
Fox News reports:
“Last year, I was working on a TV show, got in trouble with human resources for saying ‘Merry Christmas’ to an intern,” Cummings said on TBS’ “Conan.”
“Is that true?” O’Brien asked in disbelief.
“That’s true. I was leaving… I was like, ‘bye, guys. Merry Christmas.’ Like just a formality, what you would say,” Cummings explained. “I come back, like, June 6th. H.R. calls me and they’re like, ‘hey, we need to talk to you. One of the interns is pissed off that you said ‘Merry Christmas.'”
O’Brien brought up that “Merry Christmas” could offend or trigger someone “in these times.”
Cummings explained that she asked the Human Resources official what could she have said before they informed her that the intern was “agnostic.”
“I should not know who believes in God and who doesn’t,” Cummings added. “I also can’t guess either, you know?”
An intern reporting a senior-level producer on a television show to human resources for saying “Merry Christmas” borders on satire.
It’s something you would expect in a Saturday Night Live sketch, but this is how radical the Left has become.
They’ve become indistinguishable from parody.
Even liberals like Cummings and O’Brien are getting fed up with it.
One of the most telling statement was when O’Brien said saying “Merry Christmas” could be offensive “in these times.”
That serves as an admission that the culture has gone haywire, and talk show hosts like him are some of the biggest culprits.
Wishing coworkers a “Merry Christmas” should not be political, but the Left is on a mission to make everything political.
Has the war on Christmas gone too far with this stunt?
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