Joe Biden claims to be a devout Catholic.

So why did he snub “Almighty God” in the annual presidential Thanksgiving proclomation?

This is a tradition that goes back centuries.

And it appears that Biden could be the only president (aside from Barack Obama) to completely avoid mentioning God on the day our nation gives thanks.

In fact, Abraham Lincoln himself said that we should always remember to thank God above.

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If Joe is so strong in his faith, then why is he the only president who has refused to thank God on Thanksgiving?

I don’t know about you, but to me, that’s not a good idea.

According to Breitbart:

President Joe Biden omitted any reference to Almighty God or Divine Providence Thursday in his annual proclamation of the quintessentially American feast of Thanksgiving.

In his own 1863 presidential proclamation instituting Thanksgiving as a national holiday, Abraham Lincoln urged his fellow Americans to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November “as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens.”

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Fast forward 160 years, and it would seem that the “devoutly Catholic” President Joe Biden has done just that, insisting in his own 2023 proclamation of Thanksgiving that Lincoln had established this national holiday “to honor the blessings of our country,” rather than to praise and thank God.

Could this be a slip of the tongue?

It’s unlikely.

Presidential appearances are tightly scripted.

And Joe Biden is known to rely on a teleprompter.

This suggests that the idea to snub God was intentional.

Keep in mind, Joe Biden has a lot to be thankful for.

He has a house that’s worth tens of millions of dollars.

And he apparently “won” the 2020 election in a historic landslide while literally campaigning from his basement.

You’d think he’d be thankful, right?

Apparently not.

The Independent Journal Review confirms the snub:

When we say the word “Thanks-giving,” it presumes the giving of thanks.

But to whom is that thanks given?

Since the first Thanksgiving on Plymouth Rock and its subsequent establishment as a day of thanks on Oct. 3, 1789, the recipient of that thanks on behalf of the United States of America has always been God.

But in keeping with the destruction of everything good and virtuous in this nation, this year, God has been removed as the recipient of thanks on Thanksgiving.

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On Wednesday, President Biden released his Thanksgiving proclamation for 2023.

For the first time in American history, the proclamation completely omitted any reference to God or faith.

Joe Biden may think that this move will score him political points.

But in the heavenly realm, this could have far reaching consequences.

So what do you think?

Do you think this was ok?

Or was this a miss by Joe Biden?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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