According to the liberal media, the left, the socialists, the communists, Antifa, BLM global network, and a dozen other entities who are “woke” to the new order of things, I have apologies to make.
I’m sorry I’m white, old, Christian, republican, conservative, and privileged (even though I had a job since I was 15 until I retired – after which I still work part-time). Sorry I believe in America First, stopping illegal immigration, for standing against abortion, supporting the Second Amendment and the right to own a gun, believing the First Amendment guarantees free speech, religious freedom, the right to assemble peacefully, preclusion of a state-regulated church, and the right to petition the government for correction or with complaints against it.
I’m sorry I believe in the Constitution of the United States.
Also I’m sorry for being “racist without knowing it”, a white nationalist (must be because I’m white), for believing gender is ONLY decided at birth, and believing people cannot “decide” to be male or female just like they cannot decide to be a dog or a horse or an elephant.
While I’m at it, maybe I should apologize for being a man, a husband, a father, a grandfather, a grandson, an uncle, a son, a brother, a cousin, and a nephew.
However, I must agree with what I read in the “Owner’s Manual: A Guide for Humans” also known as the Holy Bible.
Like the rest of the human race, I was created in the image of God by God (an image that has no race or color or ethnic characteristics) and if I become true to that image, true to HIM, I must commit and continue to commit every day to Him. And the only way to do that is to give my life to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, whose birth we celebrate at Christmas time.
The greatest Gift of God was a Child born in a manger, foretold by prophets, witnessed by kings and shepherds, heralded by angels, and glorified by His Heavenly Father. True equality and real freedom come through Him and what He accomplished through His life, death, burial, and resurrection.
May this Christmas bring us all a deeper understanding of God’s grace, love, and mercy.