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Get your “Friends of the Governor’s Private Residence” Christmas Ornament while they last…

5:45 AM EST on November 21, 2022

There are lots of ways to be charitable and support the less fortunate around the holidays. You can donate to Toy-for-Tots, support a local food bank, or even ring a bell for the Salvation Army!

But if those causes are a little too good for your heartstrings, you can always just support the local ruling class's effort to preserve the current Governor’s Mansion – and build a new “private residence” – by forking over $16 for the 2022 “Friends of the Mansion” Christmas Ornament.

According to KOCO Channel 5, this year’s ornament celebrates three of Oklahoma’s most recognizable symbols, which apparently aren’t poverty, Christianity, and tornados.

You can now put this year's official Friends of the Mansion Oklahoma Christmas ornament.

The 2022 ornament features three of Oklahoma's most recognizable state symbols – mistletoe, Indiangrass and the Oklahoma redbud tree. The ornament costs $16.29 plus tax.

This is the 26th year the local ruling elite have produced an ornament to kiss the Governor's ass, and I’d imagine there are probably a couple of Christmas trees in the Nichols Hills area that have every ornament in the collection hanging from their branches, but outside of that, can you imagine anyone forking over $16.29 for this thing?

Here’s a pic:

Although you’d probably be better off spending your money at Hallmark, Stitt and Co. would still like to see you buy the ornament, and then marvel at its beauty on your tree while sipping on some Braum’s eggnog and or Natty Lite or Twisted Tea.

“We hope that the 2022 Christmas ornament representing the beauty of our state will bring you great joy this Holiday Season. May you and your family be blessed, and may God bless the great state of Oklahoma!”

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