Vandals smash nativity scenes, abduct baby Jesus in PA, TN, NH
“You kind of hope for the best. Hope that kids were playing around,” he said. “When we couldn’t locate him anywhere you kind of start to think it was something a little more devious.”
It was also the second time the baby Jesus had gone missing. Last year, officials recovered Jesus discarded along the roadside.
“It’s kind of despicable, everybody believes in something. Whether it’s God, Santa, something higher power but to be mean, it’s just disrespectful,” a local woman told the news
The Anti-Trump Curriculum
While hysteria and fearmongering over the governance of a Republican president have become standard—George W. Bush was frequently referred to as “Bushitler”—present-day anti-Trumpers have taken the acrimony to another level. Sadly, public schools are on the frontlines.
Just six days after the election, the teachers union in Los Angeles supported students who skipped school to protest the “politics of fear, racism and misogyny.” “As educators, as people spending every day with students and caring about each student’s future, we believe we have a sacred role in times like these,” the union said in a statement. Sacred? Too bad the union didn’t use its newly discovered religious faith to preach to the students that if they are indeed so upset with the president-elect, they should vent their dissatisfaction after the school day or on a weekend.