VIDEO: Neil Gorsuch Said ‘Merry Christmas’ On Television And People Are Going Crazy

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Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch set off a minor social media frenzy Tuesday after appearing on “Fox and Friends” and wishing host Ainsley Earhardt “Merry Christmas” during an interview promoting his book.

Leftwing critics suggested the justice was signaling his sympathies with people disturbed at the secularization of American public life by saying “Merry Christmas” instead of its capacious alternative “Happy Holidays.”

The article goes on to state the following:

GOP Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina circulated a digital Christmas card for Gorsuch as criticism mounted, and accused Democrats of an unfair smear.

“I worked tirelessly to confirm Justice Gorsuch, and I’m not about to let Democrats smear him for wishing Americans a Merry Christmas. That’s why I’m putting together a Merry Christmas card to send to Justice Gorsuch and his family – will you add your name?” Tillis tweeted.

Below is a sampling of the outrage from the left over Gorsuch daring to say “Merry Christmas” on live television:

Immigration lawyer Matthew Kolkin hit back, tweeting, “I’m a secular Jew and an outspoken Libertarian. This time of year I always greet people with Merry Christmas. It just makes me feel good. Maybe you should lighten up a little, and partake in the Christmas spirit. Who knows, you may actually like it.”

CNN anchor Brian Stelter was also aghast that Gorsuch appeared on Fox & Friends, period – despite the fact that Justice Ginsburg appeared on CNN.

CNN legal analyst Susan Hennessey also voiced her disapproval:

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