James Woods delivers a warning with jaw-dropping amount of calendar days dedicated to LGBTQ issues

As the White House doubled down on observing Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday, conservative actor James Woods warned what could soon be coming in the U.S.

The award-winning actor weighed in on the controversy caused by the Biden administration’s decision to allow the transgender observance day to coincide with the holy Christian holiday.

“Joseph Biden ridicules Christians on our holiest of holidays…,” he wrote on X on Sunday, adding a screenshot of the White House proclamation.

President Joe Biden invited Americans to join him in “lifting up the lives and voices of transgender people” in the message that was even more egregious as it was issued on Good Friday, a solemn day of commemoration for Christians observing the death of Jesus Christ on the cross.

In another post before the holiday, Woods had seethed: “This vile hypocrite banned any reference to Christ on the most holy of Christian holidays, but honors transvestites instead.”

“How is it possible the world has gone this mad, and it is simply shrugged off by millions on the lunatic left?” he wondered.

“In case you missed Joseph Biden’s atrocious mockery of Christians this Easter Sunday, there are still these other opportunities he’s offering you…,” Woods wrote on Easter in another post on X, offering a long list of days in the year that the LGBTQ community is recognized by the federal government.

In addition to the entire month of June being noted as “Pride Month,” April 26 is listed as Lesbian Visibility Day, September 23 is  Celebrate Bisexuality Day and the entire week of September 16-23 is set aside for  Bisexual Awareness.

Altogether, the days, weeks, and months celebrating the LGBTQ community amount to about four months of the year, according to Woods.

“America now officially celebrates mental illness a full one third of the calendar year,” he wrote on X, adding a warning.

“If leftists have their way, it’ll be every day. And slowly but surely they are getting there…,” he said.

Woods linked to a Fox News article that noted that “LGBTQ events clog calendar” with “3 months and 28 days” dedicated to some form of recognition of the community.

“Fox News Digital found at least 28 other related holidays celebrated in the U.S., including International Asexuality Day, International Day of Pink, Day of Silence, Harvey Milk Day, Pansexual and Panromantic Awareness Day and International Drag Day,” Fox News reported.

“There are also entire months devoted to LGBT causes or commemorations, including Pride Month in June, LGBT History Month in October and Transgender Awareness Month in November,” the outlet added.

Also celebrated are National Coming Out Day in October; Lesbian Day of Visibility in April; International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia in May; Pride Month in June; Spirit Day in October; Intersex Awareness Day in October; and Transgender Day of Remembrance in November.

Strangely, Biden denied his role in the transgender proclamation when asked by reporters at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, saying he “didn’t do that.”

Frieda Powers

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