(PresidentialInsider.com)- We brought you the sad news of the Fox News Christmas tree in New York City being burned down, reportedly by a homeless man, last week – but this week we bring you better news.
After 49-year-old Craig Tamanaha was arrested after allegedly climbing the famous All-American Christmas Tree and setting it on fire with a lighter and a flaming piece of cardboard last Tuesday, crowds gathered days later to watch a brand new tree being erected and relit.
The Christmas spirit is back in Times Square!
Only two days later, a brand new tree was put up outside of the News Corp building in, while crowds watched and cameras filmed the 50-foot tree reappearing for the second time in just one month.
As the tree was being erected, Fox News contributor Reverend Jacques DeGraff spoke to the crowd and said that he was attending because “these colors do not run.”
“80 years ago this week, they tried to extinguish the darkness in a place called Pearl Harbor, we didn’t fold then and we won’t fold now!” he said.
And for some reason, Daily Beast reporter Justin Baragona shared it as if it’s something to laugh about.
Why? Who knows – but we all know how hateful these left-wing journalists can be.
At the lighting of the new Christmas tree, Fox News contributor Rev. Jacques DeGraff declares: "I’m here because these colors do not run. 80 years ago this week, they tried to extinguish the darkness in a place called Pearl Harbor. We didn’t fold then, and we won't fold now!" pic.twitter.com/J9Sp94Unto
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) December 9, 2021
In case you missed the original distressing scenes of the Christmas tree fire, here it is:
— Leonardo Puglisi (@Leo_Puglisi6) December 8, 2021
Who in their right mind would do this?
The brand new Christmas tree has 100,000 lights and an incredible 10,00 ornaments. The fire is believed to have cost an estimated $500,000.
Jeanine Pirro, Jessica Tarlov, Dana Perino, Greg Gutfeld, and Jesse Waters – the co-hosts of Fox News’ “The Five” – all attended the re-lighting ceremony and led the crowd in a countdown as the multicolored lights were switched back on.
Tamanaha is back on the streets and awaiting his next court date.