Jesse Watters Declares ‘We’ve Won the First Battle in the War on Christmas’ After Local Officials Backtrack

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A Massachusetts town that had no plans for Christmas trees at its libraries has changed its mind, and Fox News host Jesse Watters knows the reason why.

As noted by the Boston Globe, the town of Dedham initially had decided that there would be no Christmas trees in any of its libraries, ending a long-standing tradition. But that upset some folks in the town, who made a fuss that caught the ears of Watters, who related the tale Monday on his Fox News show “Primetime.”

“Today, ‘Primetime’ scored another major victory for America. We’ve won the first battle in the war on Christmas,” Watters said.

“Today, the tiny town of Dedham, Massachusetts, decided that their library will, in fact, put up their annual Christmas tree after some pressure from ‘Primetime.’ So how did we get here?” he said.

Watters noted the power of one person to effect change.

“Well, last week we told you about a Scrooge named Amber Maroney. She’s the town’s library director, and she banned Christmas trees because they made people feel ‘uncomfortable.’ You see, to some people, there’s nothing more offensive than twinkling lights on a Douglas fir, so there was no way the tree could go up this year. Look at last year’s tree. How offensive,” he said.

“But one brave foot soldier sounded the alarm.”

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