Yep. While two billion Christians around the world celebrate Easter Sunday on this 31st day of March, Google is using its famous “Doodle” search logo art to mark the birth of left-wing labor leader Cesar Chavez.

For real:

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Christians from all walks of life and political views expressed shock, dismay, and exasperation with Google’s diss:

https://twitter.com/Zacsharpe/status/318212909568237568

https://twitter.com/TrueGenuineLady/status/318216473740967936

Amen:

https://twitter.com/jcinverso/status/318216596667637760

Heh:

Bing, anyone?

https://twitter.com/LordyBiscuit/status/318220429162590208

Or maybe not:

Good question:

Google’s Doodle logo overlords sure have a way of rubbing their politics in people’s noses:

Google doodle honors D-Day with tribute to drive-in movie theaters

Google blows off Memorial Day with miniature flag clip art

Related:

#GoogleMottos: Google’s Easter insult sparks Twitter backlash, mockery

While Google honors Cesar Chavez, Bing delivers Easter eggs

Google defenders: Google doesn’t post doodles for religious holidays

Where’s Al Gore’s Google doodle?