Biden’s White House Enrages Christians Again

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( – President Joe Biden has received a lot of criticism after he marked March 31st as “Transgender Day of Visibility” despite the fact that the date coincides with Easter Sunday this year. The White House has since responded to the backlash standing by the remarks made on Monday.

In a statement, Andrew Bates, the spokesman of the White House, argued that those criticizing Biden over the inclusivity message were the same people attempting to divide the United States. He went on to argue that as a practicing Christian who celebrates Easter, President Biden would continue to stand for unity and uphold the freedoms of all American people. He added that it was unsurprising that many politicians sought to cause division and weaken the country with “hateful and dishonest” rhetoric. 

Bates concluded his statement by arguing that Biden would never abuse his faith for profit or other political purposes, which may have been a subtle jab at former President Trump’s “God Bless The USA” Bible venture.

Since 2009, March 31st has been designated as a day to honor the transgender movement internationally. However, this year the date coincides with Easter Sunday, which is one of the most important holy days for practicing Christians, who gather on this day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and salvation from sin. 

On Saturday, the White House released a statement noting that on that day they were honoring the courage of transgender people while reaffirming that they remained committed to the unity of the nation and ensuring that all American people are treated equally throughout their lives. 

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