President Joe Biden’s attempt to interfere with Christmas on the pretext of stopping the spread of the coronavirus shows that he is a man without “hope” who has “lost” the support of the American people, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick told Tucker Carlson Tonight this week.
“This president has lost the country. He will never get it back because he is a man of no hope,” the Republican said Tuesday, according to Fox News.
“The blue Grinch”
A normal president would wish a merry Christmas to the nation and leave it at that. But Biden and the power-hungry bureaucrats in his party just can’t let go of an opportunity to push their agenda.
In a vicious speech Tuesday, Biden sought to dial up fear over the new omicron variant of COVID-19, despite its apparently mild effects, and told his base to exclude unvaccinated people from their Christmas gatherings.
Speaking with host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday, Patrick said that Biden’s gloomy, “Grinch”-like rhetoric encapsulates the left’s hopeless, divisive worldview. Americans are courageous people who confront adversity with trust in God, Patrick said, but those on the left look to government to be their savior.
“They have no hope. They have a lack of hope. They’re divisive, they look for someone to blame their failures on,” he said, according to Fox.
“They are the blue Grinch that wants to steal Christmas,” Patrick added, “but Christmas, as you said, will continue.”
Another COVID Christmas
Conservatives have argued for years that the left worships the state, of course, but the COVID-19 pandemic has given a stark and terrifying illustration of the left’s true nature.
Over the last two years, government leaders like National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) chief Dr. Anthony Fauci have reconfigured human life — shuttering churches, canceling funerals, and encouraging people to shun neighbors and relatives — all in the name of avoiding disease and death.
While Biden can probably count on those who have made appeasing COVID-19 into their religion to embrace his hateful scapegoating, his poll numbers reflect that his increasingly deranged remarks on the virus are addressed to a dwindling base of broken ideologues.
It says a lot about the arrogance of the public health “experts” and their surrogates that they have tried to disrupt one of the oldest, most sacred holidays in the Western world. But as Patrick noted, they will not succeed in stopping Americans from celebrating the birth of Christ like they have done for centuries.
“He will not steal this holiday from us, Tucker. He will not take it away from us. Because we are a nation built on the word of God and we have hope,” Patrick said Tuesday, according to Fox.