A Texas Christian extremist was arrested over the weekend after he accosted several families attending a “Breakfast with Santa’ fundraiser at a church. The event was held to raise money for underprivileged kids, reports LGBTQ Nation.
Aaron Urbanski, 31, held a demonstration outside the church, confronting parents and their children and berating them for believing in Santa Claus instead of Jesus.
The others scattered, but Urbanski continued protesting until police came to the scene.
One mother said Urbanski and another man came up to her and asked, “Do you let your kids believe in a fake Santa or do they know who Jesus is?”
She told them not to ruin Santa Claus for her children, but they persisted.
“When I told them not to ruin Santa and Christmas for my kids they started to shout out that Santa was not real and that I was wrong for teaching them that,” she said. “I got really verbal with them over it.”
As LGBTQ Nation notes, the anti-Santa crusader had previously held anti-gay protests.
Alleged ‘pee tape’ incident was not the only Trump ‘sex party’ in Russia investigated by Christopher Steele: report
Former British spy Christopher Steele investigated multiple alleged sex parties involving Donald Trump that took place in Russia.
His salacious dossier included the allegation that Trump had hired "a number of prostitutes to perform a 'gold showers'show in front of him" in the presidential suite of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow.
But that was not the only "sex party" involving Trump that was investigated.
"The 476-page Inspector General's report on the Russia probe contains additional salacious information that ex British intelligence officer Christopher Steele obtained from his Russian source network – some of which never made it to the FBI," the Daily Mail reported Monday. "The IG cites four Steele reports including 'select highlights' that Steele 'did not furnish' to the FBI."
Maddow shocked AG Bill Barr did not resign after IG report undermined his conspiracy theories
The host of "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC wondered why Attorney General Bill Barr did not resign after his own Justice Department debunked a conspiracy theory pushed by the nation's chief law enforcement officer.
Maddow explained how the Department of Justice Inspector General report released Thursday debunked Barr's claim that there had been "spying" on the 2016 Trump campaign.
The host played a clip of Barr testifying under oath before Congress.
"I think spying did occur," Barr testified.
"Spying did not occur according to the Justice Department," Maddow noted. "The Justice Department's independent inspector general report came out concluding definitively, the Trump campaign was not spied on.
CNN panel pounds Rick Santorum for claiming Democrats went ‘too far’ in calling Trump an existential threat
On Monday's edition of CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360," former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) tried to argue Democrats were overreaching in the impeachment hearings — only to be smacked down by his co-panelists.
"The thing that bothered me from the hearing was this whole thing that the president is an existential threat to the republic," said Santorum. "You know, I've always said this about my friends on the left. They always go one step too far that just — that makes people sort of scratch their head and say, well, I may not like what he did, but to call this an existential threat to the republic is just a little bit too far ... I understand why they're doing it. They're trying to stoke it up. I get why they're doing it. I just don't think it's very effective. It's too much."