via: eurweb

President Barack Obama’s traditional Thanksgiving Day proclamation this year was anything but traditional.

     Historians say Obama is the first president who did not directly acknowledge the existence of God.

      According to Life Site News: President Obama’s brief proclamation of Thanksgiving Day only makes indirect mention of God by quoting George Washington, stating:

     “Today, we recall President George Washington, who proclaimed our first national day of public thanksgiving to be observed ‘by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of Almighty God.'”

      Obama goes on to call Thanksgiving Day “a unique national tradition we all share” that unites people as “thankful for our common blessings.”

      Earlier this year Obama made history on Inaguration Day by explicitly referencing “non-believers” in his speech, which, according to USA Today, was the first time in history that a President had done so.

     Obama has also said on more than one occasion that the United States is “not a Christian nation.” 


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