Obama, Hillary, Democrats Refuse to Call Sri Lanka Bombing Victims Christians, Call Them ‘Easter Worshippers’ Instead

A long list of Democrats drew heavy criticism for refusing to use the word “Christians” to describe the hundreds murdered in bombings in Sri Lankan Christian churches during Easter Sunday.

High ranking Democrats such as Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and many others all apparently got the memo to avoid using the word “Christians” in tweets about the Islamist terror bombings in the small Asian country on Easter Sunday.

These Christian-hating Democrats universally used the never heard of phrase “Easter worshippers” to describe the murdered Christian worshippers.

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No one “worships” Easter, but Democrats used the clumsy, ill-conceived phrase to avoid having to use the term Christians.

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None of these Democrats used proper words to describe the Islamist terrorists who murdered over 200, either.

It is clear that the Democrats all got the same focus group memo to help them avoid using the word Christians to describe the victims.

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton led the pack:

A list of other left-wing, anti-Christian Democrats quickly followed suit using the approved “Easter worshippers” language.

Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.

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