The right likes to propagate false propaganda that there is a "War on Christmas" every year. One example of why that's laughable is how prominently Christmas is featured in movies and TV shows every December. And not only that, they depict many conservative biases and tropes and air repeatedly every year along with new ones released. We list below what conservative tropes we've found in Christmas movies so far.

44 examples from 8 movies listed
*Please note there are probably spoilers below. If you haven't seen a movie or TV show and plan to, you can choose to scroll past it.

Bad Santa 2 (2016)

An attractive staff member at a lavish party walks up to a disheveled Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) in his Santa costume, hands him a glass of whisky they both quickly chug and then takes him to a private room where she pleasured him with her hand.
Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) stops and stares at a group of women wearing tight athletic garb in a cycling class as the camera zooms in and focuses on various women's backsides.
Diane (Christina Hendricks) drives up to Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) and tells him that even though she's married she isn't happy and "sometimes I need to be bad." They then go have sex next to a dumpster in an alley while she repeatedly asks him to say degrading and dehumanizing things to her.
Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) stares at a voluptuous young woman breastfeeding her child while driving a car and crashes into a valet stand because he is focusing on her.

Bad Santa (2003)

Sue flirts with a dirty, drunk, and exhausted looking Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) still in his Santa costume from behind the bar. He flippantly tells her he's just an "eating, drinking, sh*tting, f*cking Santa Claus" and she inexplicably responds to his rant by saying "prove it." Moments later they are having sex in his car while she moans "f*ck me Santa" over and over.
A narrating Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) rants that he's "been to prison once, I’ve been married twice. I was once drafted by Lyndon Johnson and had to live in sh*t-ass Mexico for 2 1/2 years for no reason. I’ve had my eye socket punched in, a kidney taken out and I got a bone-chip in my ankle that’s never gonna heal. I’ve seen some pretty sh*tty situations in my life, but nothing has ever sucked more ass than this!" as he talks about how much he hates being a mall Santa.
An attacker yells “you’re as queer as a ten-dollar bill” at Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) after walking up to his car and ambushing him.
Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) ogles at a woman's backside as she walks past him while the camera zooms in on her buttocks. He stares at her for twelve seconds before finally coming to and rejoining the discussion.

Love Actually (2003)

Harry (Alan Rickman) casually urges his much younger female employee who has a not-so-secret crush on someone in the office to get over her nervousness and "invite him out for a drink and then, after about twenty minutes, casually drop into the conversation the fact that you'd like to marry him and have lots of sex and babies."
Aurelia (Lucia Moniz) runs to the dock and strips down to her bra and underwear in near slow motion as the camera focuses on her top and then pans down to her bottom before she dives into the water in a fruitless attempt to retrieve Jamie's (Colin Firth) manuscript that the wind blew into the pond.
A group of young women dressed in very short red Christmas dresses sing backup for Billy Mack's Christmas special as the camera zooms in on their bodies, ultimately focusing in on the drummer who has her legs wide open throughout the entire song.
Colin, a young Englishman unsuccessful dating in his home country, travels to Wisconsin believing his British accent will change his luck. He meets Stacey, a gorgeous woman who would likely be way out of his league in England, at the first bar he walks in to and she starts flirting with him after hearing his accent. Stacey introduces Colin to her two extremely beautiful friends Jeannie and Carol-Anne and the three of them take turns asking him to say common words so they can giggle at his pronunciations. After finding out he doesn't have a place to stay they invite him over to their place, but, wouldn't you know it, they "aren't the richest of girls" and share one bed and sleep naked. As they are preparing to leave they tell him a fourth roommate will be joining them, but tell him not to worry because she's "the sexy one."
Mark is Peter's best man at his wedding despite being secretly in love with Peter's soon to be wife, Juliet. Mark videotapes much of the wedding, but focused the entirety of his filming on Juliet. She later sees the video and realizes Mark is in love with her. You'd think that would be the end of it, but Mark showed up to her and Peter's house on Christmas eve with a boombox playing "Silent Night" and large note cards that tell how madly in love he is with her. Instead of being mortified that her husband's best friend is expressing his undying love for her she giggles and laughs at some of Mark's cards and, as he walks away, she runs after him and gives him a passionate kiss on the mouth before going back inside to her husband.
Karen (Emma Thompson) discovers her husband was having an emotional affair with his secretary, but stayed with him to try and work things out.
Hugh Grant, playing the Prime Minister of the UK, shows interest in his secretary Natalie, and there are many interactions with his staff about whether she is overweight that were played for laughs such as her being "the chubby girl". In a later scene, a frustrated Hugh Grant asks aloud to himself, “Who do you have to screw around here to get a cup of tea and a chocolate biscuit?” His secretary Natalie happens to walk in at just that moment with tea and biscuits, and it's funny because they have been hinting at a romance between the two. He eventually decides to fire her because she was too much of a distraction to him, and -- later realizing that was a mistake -- seeks her out at her home. In their final scene together he quips, "God you weigh a lot!", and she responds coyly "Oh, shut your face" and kisses him.
Aurelia is a gorgeous Portuguese housekeeper working for Jamie (Colin Firth) who miraculously falls for him despite the fact she is many years younger than the middle-aged and disheveled author.
Harry's (Alan Rickman) new secretary Mia makes it clear she wants to be with him despite the fact that 1) he's her boss, 2) he is married and 3) she is much younger than him.

Die Hard 2 (1990)

The entire crew of bad guy soldiers are men.
John McClane has an attractive female rental car agent help him send a fax with bad guys finger prints. He gets confused on how the process works because he is terrible with technology. After this very brief encounter, she says "say, I close in about an hour. Maybe you and I can go get a drink?" John shows her his wedding ring which was obviously viewable to her for most of the time and says, "Just the fax, ma'am. Just the fax" smiles and leaves.
Reporter Samantha Coleman enters the airport traffic control tower unauthorized attempting to get a statement on what is happening. She inflames an already heated situation and is depicted as intruding and getting in the way of them dealing with the terrorist problem.
One of Colonel Stewart's henchmen tells reporter Samantha Coleman, "no pictures, you pinko bitch" after she tries to get a comment from him.
Local news reporter Richard Thornburg makes a scene on the airplane because he is seated nearby John McClane's wife Holly who hit him in the original Die Hard movie. He later gets his soundperson to tap into the cockpit frequency and learns about the terrorist takeover of the airport threatening his and other planes. He locks himself in a bathroom forcing his way in ahead of other waiting passengers and uses the airplane phone to break the news story live on air which sends everyone at the airport into a panicked frenzy. This of course now makes it harder to law enforcement to deal with the terrorist threat. Flight attendants break into the bathroom where he is tased and taken to his seat. He is whimpering and panicking while everyone else on the plane is relatively calm.
John McClane argues with very unlikable Carmine Lorenzo in the air traffic control tower because John is upset at mistakes he feels they are making dealing with terrorists. Lorenzo cites "FAA regulations regarding unauthorized personnel in the control tower" and has John removed.
Major Grant tells Carmine (Dennis Franz) to "get this bureaucrat out of Mr. McClane's face! Now!" and Carmine sheepishly backs down.

Christmas Vacation (1989)

Clark (Chevy Chase) gets flustered by an attractive store clerk with a revealing top helping him pick out underwear for his wife. He makes several "Freudian slips" about her for laughs and then she hikes up her skirt revealing her entire leg to show him where the underwear straps clip. Later, as Clark daydreams about a new swimming pool he's having built, he imagines the same woman suggestively taking off her swimsuit. But just before you see her jump out of the pool naked, he gets asked a question that interrupts his dream.
Clark's (Chevy Chase) boss Frank cancels Christmas bonuses which he depended on to pay for his dream swimming pool. His cousin Eddie then kidnaps Frank and brings him to their house because he's an idiot and took an earlier rant by Clark literally. Despite all this, Frank realizes the error in his ways and restores the annual bonuses for everyone, giving Clark his same bonus as last year plus 20 percent. And refuses to press charges.

Scrooged (1988)

Frank Cross (Bill Murray) argues with a network censor over a voluptuous woman's costume that is so small her nipples are peeking out. The censor says she can't allow it because you can clearly see her nipples and Frank screams "I want to see her nipples" as the camera zooms in on the woman's breasts. After the censor tries to remind Frank it's a Christmas show he says that he's "sure Charles Dickens would have wanted to see her nipples" too.
Frank Cross (Bill Murray) thanklessly forces his employees to work long hours on Christmas Eve in order to pull off a dramatic live rendition of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol." Just as in the original story, three ghosts visit Frank and he turns into a great person who promises to only do good the rest of his days.

Die Hard (1988)

After landing at the airport, John McClane sees a woman in all white spandex pants jump up into the arms of her love overly excited and turns his head back to the camera and mutters sardonically, “California.”
John McClane says “Jesus….f#cking California” when a male reveler wishes him Merry Christmas and kisses him on the back of the cheek at the Christmas Eve party at Nakatomi tower.
All the terrorist bad guys are men.
John McClane is in an under construction section of the building after it becomes under attack by terrorists saying to himself, “think! think!”, and the camera pans to him watching a scantily clad woman shown in her apartment across the way for a couple seconds.
Local news reporter Richard Thornburg is depicted as unethical, over bearing and ruthless in pursuit of a story. The worst of his behavior he threatens John McClane's wife Holly's housekeeper with deportation unless she lets him interview her kids on air. When the interview airs, terrorist leader Hans Gruber realizes that Holly is John McClane's wife putting her and John in much more danger.
Local news anchor Harvey Johnson loses composure having a fight with Richard Thornburg which is depicted as very embarrassing as he doesn't realize he went live on air and shortly after gets corrected by a guest for falsely saying "Helsinki, Sweden" which earns a face palm by his producer.
John McClane (Bruce Willis) calls for help using a radio transmitter he got from terrorists. Instead of responding with concern, a woman in an official government office cites FCC regulations against civilians using that frequency and advises him to get off as it is for emergencies only. John replies with, "no sh#t lady, do I sound like I'm ordering a pizza!?" before getting cutoff by gunfire which is so loud they remove their headsets. Despite all that, they merely send a single squad car to investigate.
The FBI takes over the local police handling of the hostage situation in Nakatomi tower and one agent says, "when we commandeer your men, we'll try to let you know". Later while in a helicopter one agent estimates that 20-25% of the hostages may die during their raid and the other agent flippantly replies, "I can live with that." They engage in some cocky banter as their helicopters swoop in to land on the roof to start a hostage rescue. But it is a trap and the terrorist set off an explosion that blows up the helicopters. John McClane on his own saves the hostages instead by leading them away from the roof so they can run downstairs and escape the building.
The movie takes place on Christmas Eve with the company hosting a lavish party for their employees.
John McClane, in the industrial behind the scenes section of the hi-rise under siege, walks by a naked pinup poster of a woman on a fuse box panel and briefly pauses to check her out before he continues his search for terrorists with a machine gun in tote.
John McClane says he was always partial to, Roy Rogers before iconic yipee kay ey promoting a staunch republican

A Christmas Story (1983)

Ralphie has to sit with a bar of soap in his mouth as punishment for dropping the F-bomb after spilling lug nuts while helping his dad change a flat tire.
Ralphie opens a giant pink bunny costume from his Aunt Clara, who the narrator complains "labored under the delusion that I was not only perpetually 4-years-old, but also a girl."
The only thing Ralphie wants for Christmas is an “official Red Ryder carbine action, 200-shot, range model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time."
Mrs. Parker is the "quintessential housewife" who cooks all the meals, cleans the house, and handles the kids while Mr. Parker is the "man of the house" and handles things like fixing the furnace, changing flat tires, and reading the newspaper while she is dealing with the kids.
Chinese waiters dressed in long robes sing "Deck the Halls" in preposterously caricatured broken English for the family as they giggle at their table. The manager interrupts the singing and scolds them for not pronouncing words correctly before directing them to sing "Jingle Bells," which was sung in such a way that causes the family to laugh even more.