CNN Promotes Children’s Book That Features A Gay Santa

It’s long established that with the left, nothing is sacred. On Sunday CNN promoted a new children’s book that portrays a gay Santa. CNN called it a “fresh, net twist” on the Santa story.

On the CNN show “New Day” they gave the book “Santa’s Husband,” a four-minute segment that was broadcasted on national television. It featured a chyron that stated, “Children’s Holiday Book Explores Race, Homosexuality.”

The book’s author, Daniel Kibblesmith, was introduced by co-anchor Christi Paul and co-host Victor Blackwell. Illustrator Ashley Quach was also introduced on the show and she said the book was inspired by, “the annual tradition we have in this country of pretending that there’s a giant war on Christmas, and that traditional Christmas is under attack.”

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Further along in the segment, Blackwell address the criticism the book has received. Some of this criticism has even came from the gay community.

Well, I think that’s a legitimate criticism. I mean, I’m literally on the news anchor scene now, but, you know, that’s just the world that we come from. I’m a political satire writer. So when, you know, I have the opportunity to write a book, these are the things that I care about and that I’m interested in. My only real response to that, I think, is that we’re trying to put a net positive into the world and contribute to a vacuum of representation. But these are obviously our views — they’re not everybody’s views, and we’re just flattered that the response has been so overwhelmingly positive so far.

The left couldn’t just leave Santa Claus alone. At this day and age they have to gay up everything. What about Mrs. Claus. She is just discarded? Anything to push the far left agenda on everyone.

Leave Santa Clause alone. For the sake of the children.

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