Obama Judge Bars High School Band From Playing Halftime Hymn, Audience Response is EPIC

Obama Judge Bars High School Band From Playing Halftime Hymn, Audience Response is EPIC

A federal judge appointed by Obama recently brought down the gavel down on a Mississippi high school, stating it could not do any that remotely promotes Christianity during school hours. The judge found them guilty of having done so before and fined them $7,500, so the high school felt like it had to do something that upset many parents and students in order to avoid another fine

U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves issued a court order on July 10, which reads “defendants are permanently enjoined from including prayer, religious sermons or activities in any school sponsored event including but not limited to assemblies, graduations, award ceremonies, athletic events and any other school event. That means administrators, teachers and staff of the Rankin County School District may not participate in any religious activity, or solicit or encourage religious activities at school or while performing duties as a RCSD employee.”

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