Jesse Watters: Here’s why I love Christmas #shorts

Jesse watters: here’s why i love christmas #shorts

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Fox News host Jesse Watters explains why he celebrates Christmas early and why it is the ‘superpower’ of holidays on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’

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Jesse Bailey Watters is an American conservative political commentator on Fox News. He frequently appeared on the political talk show The O’Reilly Factor and was known for his man-on-the-street interviews, featured in his segment of the show, “Watters’ World.”

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1 thought on “Jesse Watters: Here’s why I love Christmas #shorts”

  1. Jesse’s reasoning that because Christmas is a super-holiday it can survive extended attention and celebration fails to consider human emotion, an element that can be elevated or diminished, sometimes quite easily in many people. A significant increase in violence and reporting of same can desensitize us to it. Plus, too much of a good thing diminishes its value.

    Extending Christmas and the Christmas ‘season’ to include October and November is too much of a good thing that’s not overcome by it being a super-holiday for probably most people. In the process, that extension of the holiday ends up diminishing our enjoyment of both the fall season and Thanksgiving. No matter how much a culture believes it has changed, sometimes the old way of doing something is still the best way to do it.

    Jesse’s a bright guy, but this time is reasoning doesn’t get beyond being an example of today’s superficial thinking driven and controlled by emotion, which has become so prevalent as to cause America to self-destruct. The quality — and dare I say, survival — of a democracy is no better than the quality of its citizens’ characters and cognitive skills.
    Ciao`

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