Why You Shouldn’t Make Fun of Kids Who Believe in Santa

You didn’t need to be one of the children who stayed up all night on Christmas Eve only to catch their parents eating the cookies next to the fireplace to figure out the truth. Santa Claus, the very symbol of Christmas itself (for less religious folks), was a fairy tale the whole time. But hey, it helped you get your act together, didn’t it? Well, maybe not…

Looking back on when you believed in Santa, the Tooth Fairy, or whatever else may seem cringe-worthy now, but we’re here to remind you that there’s no reason to feel that way. Believing in fantastical things as a child with an imagination is pretty excusable. What isn’t excusable is being a full-grown adult, and refusing to accept the cold hard reality in front of you.

Disregarding the fact that the burden of proof in any crime is always on the accuser, we have concrete evidence that President Donald Trump is not a puppet of the Russian government. We have proof that he did not cheat to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016. Despite all of this, a large chunk of the country still believes the opposite.

Going into the holiday season, there’s a good chance we’ll still be stuck watching hearing after hearing, so remember who the real fools are.


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