The numbers agree: Christians continue to be persecuted in the United States of America.
How do we know this? The box office charts, of course. Saving Christmas debuted with $1 million. It finished in 15th place.
We know what you’re thinking: “Hey, that’s the movie’s fault, maybe people didn’t want to see it.” But that’s why you’re an idiot. Because if you just look at Saving Christmas and Dumb and Dumber To, then yeah, you’ll think people wanted to see Dumb and Dumber To more. After all, that movie made $38 million.
BUT — and here’s your smoking gun — Dumb and Dumber To opened on 3,154 screens, which gave it a great opportunity to earn a lot of money. Saving Christmas, meanwhile, opened on 410 screens. That’s not a typo.
If you multiply 3,154 by 1,000,000 by 410, you get $1,293,140,000,000 dollars. That’s how much Saving Christmas would have made if this country wasn’t out to diminish Christianity’s role in all of our lives.