Saturday, April 20, 2019
As I am sitting in a coffee shop waking up this morning, wearing my plain red baseball cap (before I switch to an actual MAGA hat later), I am still marveling at the laughable stupidity of the New York
Slimes Times, which idiotically reported on April 17 that Father Jean-Marc Fournier saved a small statue of Jesus from Notre Dame.
As Alex Griswold reported in The Washington Free Beacon on April 18th, A Priest Saved the “Body of Christ” From Notre Dame, and NY Times Thought He Meant a Statue:
“As the chaplain began removing a statue of Jesus, he said, his colleagues were fighting the fire from the cathedral’s towers. The flames had started to threaten the wooden structure around the belfry — putting the whole cathedral at even greater risk.
With the statue in hand, Father Fournier, alone in the nave, gave a benediction to the cathedral, he said.
“I thought Jesus could help us a little bit and work, too,” he said. “I invited him to worry about his own house if he didn’t want to finish the night under a tent by the Canal Saint-Martin.” — New York Times, April 17, 2019
I have a tip for the NY Times: an important Christian festival will be happening tomorrow; it’s called “Easter.” Perhaps you’ve heard of it.
In fact, it’s the holiest day of the year for Christians, when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Perhaps you’ve heard of him: the Son of God, Light of the World, Savior and Redeemer of humanity.
Please note: contrary to what you may have been planning to report, Christians do not worship bunny rabbits, colored eggs, and millinery on Easter.
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