Alaska Pastor Wages ‘War on Christmas’ in Front of Kids, Tells Them ‘Santa Isn’t Real’

Parenting by Melissa Castellanos on 12/07/2017

The audacity! No one wants or needs a whistle-blower when it comes to Santa Claus and his flying reindeer, especially at the “North Pole!” Yes, Christmastime should also be about giving, compassion, and celebrating one’s religion, but that doesn’t mean anyone should take away the magic of the holiday.

However, one outspoken pastor and Repent Alaska leader, David Grisham, who reportedly is a self-described “Christian evangelist,” took it upon himself to tell parents and children that “Santa isn’t real.” He went to a Christmas wonderland called “Santa Claus House in North Pole” in Alaska and upset a lot of kids and parents with his preaching.

“I wanted to tell you kids today too that Santa Claus does not exist. Santa Claus is not real,” Grisham declared. “The man you’re going to meet today is a man wearing suit like a costume and it’s make-believe. It’s not real.” Can you believe ‘Grisham the Grinch who tried to steal Christmas?’

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