“Fox & Friends” and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski expressed their outrage over upside-down Christmas trees being sold by Target for about $1,000.
Co-host Pete Hegseth introduced the supposed controversy:
There’s a new fad, Corey, we’ve got to get your insight on this. The upside-down Christmas tree. You can buy it for a cool grand at Target. …Americans are burning to know what Corey Lewandowski thinks of the implications of such a fad.
Lewandowski, a senior adviser and spokesman for the pro-Trump America First Action super PAC, went into a rant about “Seinfeld,” Democratic Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota and the dangers of not keeping holiday traditions:
You know, I don’t even know what it means to have an upside-down Christmas tree. It’s like an upside-down world. It’s like Seinfeld, it’s like the bizarro world.
Like, you can be a U.S. senator after groping people on, you know, a picture, and no one has any accountability for it. That’s what the upside-down Christmas tree means to me.
I mean, it’s everything that is wrong.Look: we have traditions in our country that many people respect, that we should respect, that we’ve passed on to our children. Look, a Christmas tree is one of those traditions.
And if you don’t want to participate in Christmas or Hanukkah, whatever your holiday is, you don’t have to. But I don’t even know what an upside-down Christmas tree means.
As a matter of record, there is no mention of Christmas trees in the Hebrew or Christian Bibles.
(Source: Fox News via YouTube)