Anti-free-speech, anti-Christian, and anti-Constitution activists on a school board fired a high school football coach for praying on the sidelines before a game. In this instance, taxpayers had to cover the bigotry and stupidity of the left once again, as anti-free-speech, anti-Christian, and anti-Constitution activists on a school board fired the coach.
And the elected officials feel no guilt for what they did and how they were shown to be in error.
According to a school news statement, they are pouting and refuse to speak with the media.
“KENNEDY VS. BREMERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
Director of Communication & Community Engagement
Bremerton School District
The District is not doing media interviews at this time. However, please view our media guidelines here.
This should serve as a prime illustration of why civil officials must take personal responsibility for the repercussions of their social justice advocacy when operating in their capacity as public workers, as their acts twice violated the rights of the citizen.
When the community had to pay for the school board’s Religious bigotry, they once dismissed an exceptional teacher and coach twice.
In 2008, Kennedy began coaching at Bremerton High School, according to KCPQ-TV, which added:
“After each game, the coach, a Christian, would pray by himself on the 50-yard line. Students began to join him in the prayer and eventually he started giving religiously-themed talks. Students also engaged in locker room prayer.”
Imagine being bothered by the fact that pupils were debating spiritual topics in school. An further example of social justice warriors is elected politicians that undermine the community and put individuals in risk.
Western Journal continued with further details:
“Years of this later, the school district asked Kennedy to stop. So he did but kept up his 50-yard line end-of-game prayers.
The school administration, knowing students wouldn’t cover their eyes but would see a man of God approaching his Creator, feared a lawsuit over restricting the students’ religious freedom.
Not seeing the irony, the school told Kennedy he was not free to kneel and pray on the football field when he was “on duty.” Kennedy’s response was to ignore the order and to keep praying.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The school district put him on paid leave.
The College Fix reported details about Kennedy’s fight at that point:
As a result of the U.S. Supreme Court siding with coach Joe Kennedy in August (via a 6-3 vote), the Bremerton School District has agreed to pay him $1.75 million … and give him his job back. CONTINUE READING…