Did you spot the two things missing from the White House Christmas video – and what replaced them?

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So the first video below is where they show what Dr. Jill’s done to the 2023 White House as she unveiled its holiday decorations, which this year meet the theme of “Inner Child”, a metaphor for the entire Biden family and its lack of maturity, reflection and good sense. The music appropriately enough is playing the activist’s riff, “We won’t go until we’ve got some” from the medieval “Figgy Pudding” carol.

I think we can all agree it’s not subtle – but OK, sometimes Christmas can get a little gaudy. But as ‘One Nation Under God’ we can usually expect at least a nod to Christ – the Reason for the Season. This year, no Christ, no Menorah, no religion at all. And no patriotic American flag decor. Just the official flags outside the main doors.

Then came this. Just a year after the National Ballet gracefully swept through the rooms, we get this from the activist Dorrance Dance tap dance (America’s own dance form, apparently) group currently performing at the Kennedy Center. “In The Nutcracker Suite, explosive tap dance meets your favorite holiday classic. This Nutcracker boogies, slides, struts, and dives into Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn’s intoxicating interpretation of the Tchaikovsky classic.

Many social media users have compared the bizarre performance to the Hunger Games or A Clockwork Orange.

What do you think? Do you like the new vibe? Or do you pine for the good taste of the preceding First Lady.

The group was hardly selected by accident – it’s a progressive, anti-white dream

https://www.dorrancedance.com features this on its anti-racism page:
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