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O’Reilly Claims If Companies Don’t Say ‘Merry Christmas,’ Trump Will Deport Them

According to Bill O’Reilly, the War on Christmas has officially ended, and you can thank both him and Donald Trump for the victory.

As part of a post O’Reilly made on the Fox News website, the loudmouthed, low intelligence host wrote:

“We won. Most companies stopped the nonsense and Merry Christmas became a common greeting once again.”

If any company decides to buck the President-elect and resort to Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas, O’Reilly said there would be dire consequences:

“They will be deported.”

Of course, there was never any war on Christmas in the first place, but O’Reilly couldn’t resist taking a victory lap and trying to get as much praise as possible for his fake controversy, adding this:

“Since the War on Christmas has basically been won. This is a cleanup operation. But the information is valid. Many Americans celebrate Christmas because they believe that Jesus is the savior and his birth should be honored. And because it’s a federal holiday, there is no reason to diminish Christmas or insult those who believe in it. Don’t like Christmas? Ignore it. Merry Christmas!”

Granted, O’Reilly was kidding about the deportation thing, but just the fact he felt the need to bring it up while millions of people are living in the fear that Trump may start rounding up the undocumented is hardly in keeping with the message of Jesus or the Christmas holiday.

Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump are good friends, and that should surprise no one since both of them are supercilious jackasses who love to toot their own horns and pretend they have something worthwhile to say. I hope Santa brings both of these douchenozzles a lump of coal for Christmas.

This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica.org

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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