Twitter Users Mock Hannity's Panicky New ‘War On Christmas’ Rant

People on Twitter are calling out Fox News host Sean Hannity for an all-caps warning on the social network that “CHRISTMAS IS UNDER SIEGE.”

The object of Hannity’s ire isn’t a “happy holidays” or the removal of any sign of Christmas, but rather a Massachusetts church celebrating the holiday while making a point about refugees. 

Saint Susanna Parish in Dedham has placed the baby Jesus in its Nativity scene and the Magi behind a fence, according to Boston25. 

Sixty-five million refugees worldwide seeking a better way of life and we were wondering what that might look like 2,000 years ago if this family encountered the same dynamics that are taking place in our country right now,” the Rev. Steve Josoma told the station.

Hannity tweeted: 

Given Hannity’s own history of politicizing the holiday ― and his support for President Donald Trump, who made it a literal campaign issue ― Twitter users weren’t having it. 

Here are some of the replies: 

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Zombie Nativity

The birth of Jesus has inspired many artists and entrepreneurs to put their own spin on the tale. Christian author Mark Oestreicher has collected some of his favorites on his blog,, including this one that depicts all participants as zombies in "Deathlehem."

Rubber Duckie Nativity

Oestreicher used to be bothered when he would see nativity scenes depicting Jesus, Mary and Joseph as rubber ducks, but now he looks at products like these as "whimsical attempts for people to engage in a mystery."

Meat Nativity

This depiction of the birth of Jesus "meats" all of Oestreicher's criteria for an offbeat nativity -- and has the added bonus of being able to feed peoples' stomachs and their souls at the same time.

Nativity Cupcake Toppers

At first, Oestreicher was taken aback by the use of obviously commercial products, such as these cupcake toppers, even though they "weren't morally wrong." But he has learned to enjoy them.

Mermaid Nativity

Oestreicher loves the craft that went behind this nativity scene, even though he finds the concept fishy.

Spam Nativity

This depiction of the Bethlehem manger in spam is surely made for Monty Python fans.

Snow Globe Nativity

Oestreicher is particularly amused by this snow globe nativity, mainly because of the way Mary and Joseph are looking at their child through a fishbowl.

S'mores Nativity

Oestreicher believes this nativity, which depicts Jesus and family as s'mores, is perhaps the worst nativity set he's seen.

Shotgun Shell Nativity

If there is a person in your life whose favorite religious ditty is "Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition," this nativity made from shotgun shells is sure to hit the bullseye.

Soap Nativity

Oestreicher's annual blog post of weird nativity scenes has become so big that some people send him photos of their work in hopes of inclusion, such as this soap nativity.

Tampon Nativity

Oestreicher initially worried about including this nativity scene that uses tampons, but decided to go ahead since it comes from a legitimate craft website that just happens to be dedicated to using tampons.

Moose Nativity

Oestreicher admits that he's not a fan of animal nativity scenes, because they lack creativity.

Meerkat Nativity

Halloween Nativity

Because some Christians are anti-Halloween, Oestreicher wasn't sure about the intent of the people who made this nativity scene, but after discussions with the creators, decided it was not malicious, just fun.

Frog Nativity

Color Nativity

This nativity scene, using only color blocks, is Oestreicher's current favorite, as it shows that the nativity is so iconic that it's possible to look at these abstract shapes and still tell what its depicting immediately.

Chocolate Nativity

Oestreicher jokes that the religious act of eating the body of Christ takes on new dimensions when he's made of chocolate.

Fondant Nativity

There's only one word for these yummy-looking nativity characters made from frosting: Relicious!

Gingerbread Yard Art Nativity

Celebrate two important holiday signifier, the nativity and gingerbread men, by combining them into big lawn ornaments.

Monkey Nativity

This depiction of the Nativity featuring monkeys may cause a lot of discussion over the theory of evolution.

Nativity Puzzle Erasers

A nativity-themed puzzle eraser set may seem bizarre but Oestreicher points out that Christians believe Jesus came to Earth to erase people's sins.

Nesting Dolls Nativity

Nativity nesting dolls are fairly common, but Oestreicher likes this particular set because the tiny sheep fits inside Baby Jesus.

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