I recently wrote of Nancy Pelosi’s ignanimous correction of herself, to “Holiday,” after accidentally having mentioned Christmas (here).

Moronity is in the air, folks.

In Nebraska, principal Jennifer Sinclair, of the Manchester Elementary School, has banned Christmas. I mean just really freaking banned it. It’s gone. It’s out. No Christmas, or anything that seems like Christmas.

And it’s odd — you wouldn’t expect such a cold-hearted, Nazi-like, psycho move from someone harmlessly named “Jennifer.” Jennifer seems like such a normal-person type of moniker. “Good ol’ Jennifer.” “Ol’ non-fascist Jenniferino.”

Not this chick!

As reported by Fox News, Jihad Jen sent home a list of Marxist do’s and do not’s. And frankly, it’s just incredible. All the Christmas basics have been outlawed:

Teachers were reportedly told that generic winter-themed items, such as sledding and scarves, and the “Frozen” character Olaf, were acceptable.

Decorations that included Santa, Christmas trees, reindeer, green and red colored items and even candy canes, however, were not acceptable for the elementary school.

Good grief.

Candy canes, according to Omaha’s local ABC affiliate, are no good because they’re an upside down “J” — for that worst of all universal ideas, Jesus.

Here’s the full list of approved and unapproved…well, I can’t even finish the sentence. Just check out this crap:

The list of “not acceptable” practices include:

  • Santas or Christmas items (clipart) on worksheets
  • Christmas trees in classrooms
  • Elf on the Shelf – that’s Christmas-related
  • Singing Christmas Carols
  • Playing Christmas music
  • Sending a Scholastic book that is a Christmas book – that’s Christmas-related
  • Making a Christmas ornament as a gift – This assumes that the family has a Christmas tree which assumes they celebrate Christmas. I challenge the thought of, ‘Well they can just hang it somewhere else.’
  • Candy Cane – that’s Christmas-related. Historically, the shape is a ‘J’ for Jesus. The red is for the blood of Christ, and the white is a symbol of his resurrection. This would also include different colored candy canes.
  • Red/Green items – traditional Christmas colors
  • Reindeer
  • Christmas videos/movies and/or characters from Christmas movies

The principal’s “acceptable” list included:

  • Gifts to students
  • Snowmen, snow women, snow people
  • Snowflakes
  • Gingerbread people
  • Holidays Around the World
  • Sledding
  • Hot chocolate
  • Polar Bears
  • Penguins
  • Scarves, boots, earmuffs, and hats
  • “Yetis” and “Olaf” (the snowman from the movie Frozen.)

Penguins???? That’s what Jennifer believes continental Americans think of in December?

And did they have polar bears in the Führerbunker?

What the frick flying crap of a crazy loon idiotic Nazi insane flap of crummy _______????

A spokeswoman for the district tried to distance the school association from dadgum Führer Jennifer. As per KETV:

District spokesperson Kara Perchal said Jennifer Sinclair is a new principal and did not consult with administrators about school policy concerning the handling of religious holiday themes.

She sent us this statement:

“Elkhorn Public Schools District administration promptly addressed the issue at Manchester Elementary School regarding the memo that was sent by the principal to Manchester elementary staff. The memo does not reflect the policy of Elkhorn Public Schools regarding holiday symbols in the school. The District has since clarified expectations and provided further direction to staff in alignment with District policy. This issue was limited to Manchester Elementary School and did not arise at any other schools within the District.”

And most importantly:

“As of this morning, Principal Sinclair has been placed on administrative leave. Due to the fact that this is an ongoing personnel issue, the District cannot comment further.”

Let’s hope that’s a long, long, long, long, loooooooong leave.

While you’re in the mood to observe imbecility, be sure and check out my recent chronicling of other school atrocities:

  • A banning of Jesus at a school in Virginia (here)
  • A cancellation of The Vagina Monologues because it excludes women who don’t possess vaginas (here)
  • A teacher forced to quit because he believes in accurate pronouns (here)
  • The installment of an abortion-drug vending machine at Yale (here)
  • A banning of expensive coats because they’re unfair (here)
  • A banning of mean speech at the University of Montana (here)
  • A cancellation of a Disney musical because it’s racist (here)
  • A barring of Chick-fil-A, against the literal vote of students, because it’s not politically “progressive” (here)

And may you all have a Merry Polar Bear Day.

-Alex

 

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