Jill Biden Unveils Her Tacky Christmas Décor

(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- When Donald Trump was President, the media spent every holiday season attacking former First Lady Melania Trump’s Christmas decorations.

During their first Christmas in the White House in 2017, Melania released a short video featuring her holiday décor that naturally was mocked and vilified by the blue-check monsters on Twitter and in the media.

Classy, just like Melania Trump.

But to the hateful, anti-Trump media, those decorations were “spooky,” “spine-chilling,” and “nightmarish.”

In 2018, they were just as monstrous over Melania’s Christmas decorations:

Of the long line of red Christmas trees, the Washington Post called it “Melania Trump’s nightmare forest,” mockingly sneering “Don’t be afraid. The trees would smell it.”

They hated Trump so much, they took it out on Melania’s White House Christmas decorations.

But don’t expect the corporate news media to give Jill Biden’s first attempt at Christmas décor the same kind of snotty, sneering, meanspirited reactions.

Yesterday, Joe Biden’s enabler unveiled her White House “holiday” decorations. And let’s just say, they’re a bit on the tacky side. While Melania’s decorations had a winter wonderland ephemeral style, Jill’s look more like the decorations one would find in an elementary school classroom.

Jill’s decorations aren’t hideous exactly; they’re just uninspiring and unoriginal.

In her White House decorations, Melania and her team put a great deal of time, creativity, and imagination into the overall design.

Whereas Jill’s decorations look like she ran out to the drugstore, picked up some boxes of ornaments, lights, and tchotchkes made in China, and called it a day.

As Spectator columnist Amber Athey put it on Twitter, anyone who ever criticized Melania Trump’s Christmas decorations needs to apologize. Athey posted two especially tacky examples of Jill’s Christmas decorations to prove her point.

Now, to be fair, Jill’s Christmas decorations are more thought-out than her silly Valentine’s Day hearts. But that isn’t saying much.