White House Blasted For ‘Bizarre,’ ‘Freaky’ Christmas Video | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Katie Jerkovich.

    First Lady Jill Biden and the White House were blasted for what's been called a "bizarre," "freaky," and "cringey" White House Christmas Video - which many have compared to something one might see coming out of the Capitol District in the "Hunger Games" movies.

    The first lady started trending on X on Thursday after she released the video - which featured a dance group tapping wildly all throughout the White House and wearing strange, over-the-top costumes. She captioned her post, "A bit of magic, wonder, and joy brought to you by the talented tappers of Dorrance Dance, performing their playful interpretation of The Nutcracker Suite. Enjoy!"

    According to the New York City-based dance group's website, they encourage support of groups like Black Lives Matter and push support for a group called "Showing Up For Racial Justice" that "moves white people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice."

    Social media users were quick to call out the video as "absolute garbage," "like something out of hell," and more.

    "This should've come with a sensitivity label," Libs of Tiktok wrote. "This is [horrendous]."

    Another added, "It's a mentally ill Christmas at the Biden White House."

    While another person wrote, "You are so strange. Bizarre. Freaky."

    Others included side-by-side clips of the strange video against former First Lady Melania Trump's Christmas video from 2020 during her time in the White House with former President Donald Trump.

    "Jill Biden's Psycho Christmas White House or Melania Trump's Peaceful Christmas White House?" one person wrote.

    Another added, "How utterly tacky, tasteless and ANTI Christmas. Melania's was tasteful, seasonal, appealed to everyone and was absolutely breathtaking and gorgeous."

    While a third wrote, "This is 'Dr' Jill Biden's cringey Christmas video. Of course it's all blacks/gays/theys/thems. Not a single reference to the birth of Christ ..."

    In comparison, the video former First Lady Melania Trump released in 2020 featured lots of beautiful Christmas trees, messages on packages that read, "faith" and "love," and a toy train bearing the words "America the beautiful."
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