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Folks in Wisconsin are ready to deck somebody’s halls after a museum allowed a group of satanists to erect a “Christmas tree.”
The National Railroad Museum in Ashwaubenon allowed the Satanic Temple of Wisconsin to erect a tree at its annual Christmas tree festival. The tree was adorned with red lights, pentagrams and an ornament that read, “Hail Satan.” You can see a photo below.
The museum’s chief executive officer defended the demon-possessed tree in the name of “tolerance.”
“There was no hesitation. We’re not a religious organization. We focus on trains,” Jacqueline Frank told the Green Bay Gazette. “And honestly, the Christmas tree is used by so many different secular and religious organizations. All we’re doing is putting up decoration in that room.”
I sincerely doubt the National Railroad Museum would allow the Satanists to erect a tree at an event commemorating a Muslim holiday. But, then again…
“If we want to be an inclusive organization, we want to make sure that everybody feels comfortable. Who am I to suddenly say … this thing that is your belief system and outside the mainstream is bad?” Frank told the newspaper. “I think there’s a lot to be said of being able to include everybody, to respect everyone and to provide dignity for everybody.”
The response from Christians has been one of appropriate righteous outrage.
“Outrageous! National Railroad Museum features a Satanic worship tree,” American Majority executive director Matt Batzel wrote in a post on X.
It wasn’t the only controversial “holiday” tree that was allowed to be displayed.
The Alphabet Activists erected a “Gender Diversity” three that included pink and blue-colored transgender flags and ornaments adorned with pro-trans messages.
“I’m still learning to love the bits of me that I was told were ugly,” read one message. “Don’t become a prisoner to things you cannot change” and “I love my trans daughter.”
The museum director is a pinhead. Christmas is a uniquely Christian holiday. To commemorate non-Christian events would be like the train museum hosting an exhibit featuring cruise ships.
As for the satanists, they should be reminded they are literally playing with fire.
Even the demons tremble at the name of Jesus and the satanists and the folks in charge of the National Railroad Museum would do well to remember that.
Jesus is the reason for the season, not the prince of darkness and certainly not a bunch of pronoun-confused gender activists.