Trump Declares ‘Christian Visibility Day’

In response to the so-called Catholic President Biden declaring Easter Sunday as a “day of visibility” for gender dysphoric people, Donald Trump has declared a different holiday.
At a Wisconsin rally, the former President proclaimed that Election Day 2024 would be a “Christian Visibility Day.”

Trump predicted that Christians would turn out in massive numbers in November and that he would win not only the swing state of Wisconsin but also the White House.

Biden’s repurposing of Easter as an LGBT celebration was met with outrage by many. Trump called it “total disrespect to Christians” at the rally. House Mike Speaker Johnson (R-LA) called it “outrageous and abhorrent” in a statement.

Former presidential primary rival and current Trump supporter Vivek Ramaswamy said on X: “Happy Christian Day of Visibility—also known as Easter!”

Conservative radio host and journalist Todd Starnes said: “If nothing else, the Democrat Party’s attack on Easter Sunday has framed the 2024 presidential election as good versus evil, right versus wrong,”

Even some prominent LGBT figures echoed Trump’s sentiment, such as Caitlyn Jenner: “That’s leadership! That’s America’s President!”

Easter is regarded as the holiest day of the year by Catholics and most other Christians. Biden’s tone-deaf hijacking of Easter for purposes that run counter to the beliefs of most Christians is sure to have lasting backlash. The president’s “day of visibility” was a bridge too far for even many moderate Democrats.

Taking questions from reporters on Monday, Biden denied making the declaration: “I didn’t do that.” However, this statement is belied by the White House official website, which contains the full text of Biden’s proclamation: “I, Joseph R. Biden … do hereby proclaim March 31, 2024, as Transgender Day of Visibility.”

There was a moment of unintentional comedy when a reporter asked the senile president a question at the annual White House Easter Egg roll: “Sir, what does Easter mean to you?”

Following some boilerplate liberal word salad about “forgiveness” and “love,” President Biden responded: “Be straight with people.”