President Trump says Election Day November 5 will be ‘Christian Visibility Day’

"November 5th is Christian Visibility Day. Pastors, ministers, churches & everyone, starting preparing to make America great again."


Former President Donald Trump took to Truth Social on Friday to declare once again that November 5, this year's election day, is National "Christian Visibility Day." 

"November 5th is Christian Visibility Day. Pastors, ministers, churches & everyone, start preparing to make America great again," Trump said in his post while reposting a graphic. 

The announcement seemingly comes as a response to President Joe Biden's decision to designate March 31 as a national Transgender Visibility Day, which resulted in backlash from many Christians due to it falling on Easter Sunday. 

Following Biden's initial decision to implement make the declaration, Trump immediately condemned the decision and commented that it was disrespectful to Christians.  

“What the hell was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be Trans Visibility Day?” Trump said at a Wisconsin rally earlier this month. 

“Such total disrespect to Christians, and Nov. 5 is going to be called something else. You know what it’s going to be called? Christian Visibility Day, when Christians turn out at numbers that nobody has ever seen before,” he continued. 

After the backlash from Christians towards the White House, President Biden tried to claim that he did not declare this year's Easter Sunday to be a Transgender Day of Visibility.  

"And as we know, for folks who understand the calendar and how it works, Easter falls on different Sundays, right, every year, and this year it happened to coincide with Transgender Visibility Day. And so that is the simple fact," explained White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. 

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