Video: Liberal Santa Shames Boy For Asking for Nerf Gun, Makes Him Cry

(Montana Daily Gazette) It’s apparently a no-no to ask a hermaphrodite Grinch playing a mall Santa for a Nerf gun. Or at least that’s the case here, in a video posted to Twitter by user, @WhiteHovse.

One can see the little boy sitting politely for Jolly Old Saint Nick(y?) and ask for a gun. His mother clarified he was wanting a Nerf gun, the quintessential toy for a ruddy-faced young American boy. Nerf (which stands for Non-Expanding Recreational Foam) is marketed by Hasbro and was invented in 1969.

To date, no one has died from an injury sustained by a projectile foam toy. Watch below.

In the clip, the Santa breaks the 4th Wall of Imagination and says that his father can give the boy a Nerf gun but that it won’t come from Santa. His (her?) tone of voice is less than charitable and says matter-of-factly, “Nope. No guns. Not even a Nerf gun. Nope. If your dad wants to get it for you that’s fine but I can’t bring it to you so what else would you like?”

It’s like the picture of everything wrong with America in one short video. A little boy wants a harmless (albeit masculine-oriented) toy but Tranny-Santa will protect him from his parents, himself, and foam toys. No doubt, Santa feels like a protector of society in his/her role as gatekeeper of political correctness.

Surely part of the trauma on the boy’s face is the realization – upon Liberal Santa’s suggestion – that it was his parents and not Kris Kringle who brings his gifts. Can you imagine being told Santa doesn’t really exist by Santa, and all for the purpose of leftist virtue-signaling?

Liberals ruin everything, including and especially Christmas.

Editor’s Note. This article was written by JD Hall and posted at The Montana Daily Gazette. Posted in Full with permission. Also, go to their Youtube channel and give them a Like and a Sub.


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2 thoughts on “Video: Liberal Santa Shames Boy For Asking for Nerf Gun, Makes Him Cry

  1. How about parents just not going along with the crowd and pretending that Santa exists in the first place as I did with my son. You know what, he was always OK with that because then I didn’t have to explain why God exists when his heart was broken with the truth about Santa, who is often thought of in godlike spoken of in godlike terms such as in Christmas songs like “Santa Claus is coming to

    Think about lyrics like “he knows when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows if you’ve been bad or good but be good for goodness sake.” What does that make Santa sound like except God?

    What do you get if you rearrange the letters in “Santa,” by the way. Just wondering. Could it be an anagram or am I just nuts?

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