The Freedom From Religion Foundation is one of the most hateful and anti-First Amendment groups extant today. They pollute the landscape with their heavily flawed version of the Constitution and then attempt to peddle that nonsense off onto the rest of society. Thankfully, there is a growing backlash against these group and it is being seen far and wide all over the U.S.
Take the recent case reported in the Conservative Tribune which shows that the detestable foundation “sent a letter to the LaPoynor Independent School District in Texas” making demands that the “Christian flag displayed on school grounds” be removed, according to KETK News. However, when the students found out, things got quite interesting in the parking lot.
As is the usual lie, the group claimed that the flag violated the separation of church and state. For those that do not know, there is no law against having any religious symbol on public grounds, no matter how often the godless say it. Government is simply barred from endorsing it or mandating it.
At least three students were wise enough to have read their Constitution to understand their GOD-GIVEN rights and they showed it. This they did “by flying Christian flags out of the backs of their pickup trucks in a blatant act of defiance against the organization trying to get the flag removed.” It was a wonderful sight!
KYTX News has found that school is reviewing the letter and has not made a decision at this time. It is hoped that the letter is balled up and thrown into the trash, but that remains to be seen.
Likewise, KLTV News reported that “a large crowd gathered because of the letter. During the meeting, anyone who was opposed to the flag was asked to stand.” Not one person rose, so it looks like the God-haters are going to lose this Texas battle, as they should.
In fact, one person who attended the meeting said, “The Freedom From Religion organization really has a distorted and inaccurate view of the separation of church and state in the First Amendment. Matter fact, I’d like to say that their viewpoint is probably void and alien to that of our founding fathers.”
The Blaze has confirmed the flag yet waves at the school and that is good hear.
If one wishes to detest or not believe in God, so be it. However, to infringe upon anyone else’s right to worship AND DISPLAY it as they see fit is going too far.
Thankfully, at least one Texas community can see that.