Phil Made A Video That 1000’s Of Duck Fans Will Rally Behind


Phil Robertson and his team recently released a free episode of his new series In the Woods With Phil. In the clip, Phil talks about his problem with the term “Happy Holidays.” He wants to make sure America keeps the “Christ” in “Christmas.”

Phil Robertson’s Issue With Happy Holidays

Phil Robertson got right to the point in his new episode of In The Woods With Phil. The Duck Dynasty alum said, “We have Christmas coming up. Christ-mass, Christ-worship. There’s a mighty thrall, and it’s getting bigger all the time. They don’t want to hear the words Christ. They cover their ears, and it makes one wonder.”

Phil doesn’t understand why so many people want to eliminate the phrase, “Merry Christmas,” from everyday jargon and public speaking. He said, “You have to say Happy Holidays, not Christmas…that means that something terrible has to be there concerning this particular person, Christ… You want to be happy while you have a holiday, which that’s weird- Holidays…Christmas…”

Phil wants Americans to get back to the reason for the season. He said, “So, how long did they prophesize that Jesus Christ is coming? Oh, about 5,400 years. You can read them all. Where he would be born. What he would be called. God with us.” 

The New Show’s Format

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Fans are loving these free snips from Phil’s new show. Many of them don’t want to pay for the extra subscription to CRTV, but they do enjoy hearing Phil’s unfiltered opinion. The video has already brought in over 5,000 views. 

In The Woods With Phil features mostly Phil Robertson speaking his mind. There have been few other appearances, and most of the action takes place in his home or the woods. Phil said, “For far too long we have been told to shut up. No more. Here’s the deal America. These are my woods. Out here, I call the shots. Out here, we reject political correctness, or as I like to say, ‘pontificated crap.'”

Will you be watching Phil Robertson’s new show? Do you prefer to say ‘Happy Holidays’ or ‘Merry Christmas’?