By - TackleLineker
Lots of posts on Reddit talking about Friendsgiving or Turkey Day. Godless numb skulls.
Those people are woke as usual. I've also seen them attack religion and God. Look at r/exchristian, r/religiousfruitcake and r/fundiesnarkuncensored for example. They think all religious people are nasty, bigoted, and unkind even when they are not. r/whitepeopletwitter it's just as bad like any other woke sub.
\>Lots of posts on Reddit talking about Friendsgiving or Turkey Day. Godless numb skulls.
Thanksgiving is not a religious holiday like Christmas or Easter. It's a National holiday, like Independence Day, or Labor Day, as is practiced by Americans of many or no faiths. Thanksgiving has been been casually referred to as "Turkey" day for literally generations. The use of the term "Friendsgiving" dates back to Bush Jr's time as Preisdent and certainly the idea of getting together to have a celebratory meal with friends is nothing new, nor is Friendsgiving proposed as a replacement for Thanksgiving. The woman quoted in this article is ridiculously conflating inflation with "now they're trying to steal our holidays".
I don't like turkey very much and have not been following any turkey situations. I found a video of a journalist asking a press secretary about the price of turkey and don't understand why. Was there legislation around turkey or some sort of national turkey crisis or something ?
Nope, just rampant fearmongering.
If someone says it on the teevee, then it must be true!!