Cancel Culture Strike Again, Attempt To Kill Covid Nurse's Christmas Spirit
Want to spread a little Christmas cheer during these dark times or maybe just brighten your own spirits by continuing on with the sacred tradition of decorating for the holiday as you would any other year? Think again, because the crazed cancel culture is thriving under the current harsh conditions- at least that true in one Minnesota neighborhood.
A St. Anthony resident received a nasty letter chastising her for her Christmas lights display Monday. Kim Hunt, A Covid ward nurse, wasn't about to take the passive-aggressive slight lightly and shared the letter on Twitter.
"I couldn't help but notice your Christmas light display. During these unprecedented times, we have all experienced challenges which casual words just don't describe what we're feeling. The idea of twinkling, colorful lights are a reminder of divisions that continue to run through our society, a reminder of systemic biases against our neighbors who don't celebrate Christmas or who can't afford to put up lights of their own," the letter reads. "We must do the work of educating ourselves about the harmful impact an outward facing display like yours can have."