Why, Donald J. Trump, of course.
Either he’s dumb enough to fall for the fake Starbucks holiday cup “controversy,” or he knows his followers are dumb enough.
He goes so far to say that when he’s president, we’re ALL going to be saying “merry Christmas,” which leads me to wonder if he intends to make it a law or something.
Either way, he’s a hypocrite, because he’s just been caught on Twitter wishing people “happy holidays,” not “merry Christmas.”
And his properties wish people “happy holidays.” Why? Because his businesses, just like Starbucks, have to cater to people who don’t celebrate Christmas as well. No business — no smart business, I should say — wants to make any potential customer feel unwelcome.
Besides, and this can’t be stressed enough, NO ONE IS KEEPING THE CUSTOMER FROM SAYING “MERRY CHRISTMAS” ALL SHE OR HE WANTS.
But now we turn to a serious challenge to Mr. Trump’s sudden support of this anti-Starbucks religious fervor: Bristol Palin.
Palin says the whole Starbucks controversy is designed to make Christians look stupid. It’s a big conspiracy by “the left,” see? So one wonders what, if anything, she has to say to Trump about it.