He shares these and more in the new book, “올 아메리칸 크리스마스” by Rachel Campos-Duffy and Sean Duffy.
“You put those two things together,” says Watters about his mom’s penchant for tradition and community — “and I have memories of us going door-to-door in our neighborhood in Philadelphia to sing Christmas carols.”
When people opened their doors, 그는 계속한다, “We’d burst into song.”
그리고: “I don’t think I knew this at the time, but I believe that some of the enthusiasm and energy was fielded by liquids that came from hidden flasks.”
그만큼 “battle-hardened War on Christmas veteran” and beloved Fox News personality details this and more Christmas spirit in his contribution to “올 아메리칸 크리스마스.”
And as always, readers and viewers know exactly where he stands!
Here’s an excerpt from an engaging essay that appears in the book.
Read Jesse Watters’ take on the ‘War on Christmas’
Jesse Watters in All American Christmas: It’s important to remember that what we celebrate in December is Christmas, and we should be wishing one another “메리 크리스마스” and not “Happy Holidays.”
Early in my career, I often went out to report from the front lines on the War on Christmas
“I was defending a holiday and the traditions that the vast majority of us celebrate and hold dear.”
I remember some of the ridiculous attempts various groups made to deemphasize Christmas — not being able to call a Christmas tree a Christmas tree and substituting the word “휴일” 앞에 “나무,” 금지 candy canes, not putting lights up in a town square due to concerns about global warming.
I tried to get to the bottom of all those stories, and I wasn’t caroling, but I did knock on a lot of doors.
I wasn’t fueled by anything in a flask; I was out there defending a holiday and the traditions that the vast majority of us celebrate and hold dear.