White House Shows Contempt For Christians On Easter Sunday

The Biden White House declared March 31st as Transgender Day of Visibility in 2021. This year the date falls on Easter Sunday when Christians around the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Easter also comes with strict regulations imposed by the Biden White House regarding the Easter festivities on White House grounds.

In 2021, the White House expanded the Easter Egg Roll to include Easter egg artwork from families of National Guard members. However, the official flyer from the White House stated that artwork may not include questionable content, religious symbols, or overtly religious themes. This left many Christians wondering what is being celebrated on the most significant Christian day of observance.

The calendar has over 120 days of celebrating LGBTQ+ themes by those on the political left. Many Christians commented on X, formerly known as Twitter about how the Biden Administration does not care about insulting millions of Christians while they celebrate Easter.

President Biden claims to be a life-long and devout Catholic, and on Easter Sunday his X account had an Easter message stating, “Jill and I send our warmest wishes to Christians around the world celebrating the power of hope and the promise of Christ’s Resurrection this Easter Sunday.”

The Biden White House has hosted LGBTQ+ celebrations which included live inappropriate adult content and activities. Public support from the Biden Administration for these types of events highlights a significant divide among Americans.

Many school districts across the nation support transgender ideology to the point where students are encouraged to become part of the transgender community. When questioned by parents, the school tells the parents that they may not interfere with their child’s transition to the opposite sex.

According to a study from UCLA’s Williams Institute, over 1.6 million Americans identify as transgender. Nearly 20% of those identifying as transgender are between the ages of 13 and 17. The study did not find an increase of the adult transgender community since 2016. However, the transgender youth community is up by over 10% over the same period.

The states with the largest transgender communities are California, Florida, Texas, New York and North Carolina. Combined, these five states have 490,000 transgender residents.