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Watch: Real Life 'Christian' Grinch Tells Strangers' Kids There's No Santa

Thursday Dec 7, 2017
"Pastor" David Grisham
"Pastor" David Grisham  (Source:Facebook video)

This fundamentalist Christian's attack on Santa is proof that the War on Christmas may be real after all.

A real life Grinch attempted to ruin Christmas for a group of small children last month by going to the Santa House at North Pole Alaska with the purpose of telling tots that Kris Kringle is a lie. In a video posted to his Facebook page, David Grisham, a far right wing anti-LGBTQ hate group leader, proudly proclaims Santa is a sham to a group of families enjoying the popular holiday-themed attraction.

"I wanted to tell you kids today that Santa does not exist. Santa Claus is not real," Grisham said to the shocked families who appear trying to tune him out. "What you're going to see today is just a man dressed in a suit .... Your parents have been telling you a story that is not true."

After going on for about a minute, an employee of the attraction asked him not to interfere with the customers.

"Oh, I'm not interfering. I'm just telling the truth," Grisham said. "I'll be done in about a minute."

"Go outside! Nobody cares!" yelled the crowd of patrons tired of Grisham.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Grisham pulled a similar stunt a few years ago in Amarillo, Texas where he posted a video of himself approaching families waiting in line to have pictures taken with Santa.

A trip to Grisham's Facebook page shows that in addition to being anti-Santa, he's also virulently anti-LGBTQ. His most recent post plugs an article about how Chinese researchers are reportedly experimenting with an "anti-gay spray."

"I pray the Chinese are onto something here," Grisham wrote. "Imagine if this spray actually makes sodomites straight. Imagine how far forward towards righteousness we could go if we crop dusted Gay Pride parades with this stuff? LOL But until then we will continue to use the only cure for homosexuality there is, the saving power of Jesus Christ."

H/T Friendly Atheist


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