Trump: Election Day Will Be ‘Christian Visibility Day’

Days after President Joe Biden dismayed Christian Americans by declaring his annual “visibility day” for gender-confused people to coincide with Easter Sunday, Donald Trump assured supporters that the upcoming election day will be called “Christian Visibility Day.”

The former president and presumptive GOP presidential nominee made the remarks while at an April 2 rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He blasted Biden—whose promotion of gender ideology and abortion directly contradict the Catholic faith he claims to practice—for honoring gender-confused people on the holiest day of the Christian calendar.

In a clip of his speech that sent the phrase “Christian Visibility Day” trending on X, Trump said Biden’s actions were “such total disrespect to Christians.” He then announced that the Nov. 5, 2024, Election Day will be honoring Christians, saying that this group will “turn out in numbers that nobody’s ever seen before.”

Biden issued a proclamation about a “visibility day” for people who identify as the opposite gender on Easter Sunday, March 31. With his supposed Catholic faith, he wrote that these people are “made in the image of God,” therefore deserving “respect and dignity.”

However, the so-called devout Catholic has frequently strayed from Church teaching in his promotion of gender ideology as normal rather than addressing the underlying needs of individuals who suffer from gender dysphoria.

While on the campaign trail, Trump called on the Biden administration to issue a public apology to Catholics and Christians for his undermining of the Easter holy day with his nod to gender ideology.

However, the day after Easter, the president said that he “didn’t” do what he was accused of doing—that is, he did not, in fact, declare Easter Sunday to be anything beyond the Christian holy day.

Speaking to a reporter during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, the commander in chief said that House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) and his fellow critics were “thoroughly misinformed.”

As noted by the reporter, Johnson had accused the president of turning his back on the meaning of Easter, calling Biden’s actions “outrageous and abhorrent.”