The Freedom From Religion Foundation has made a habit of protesting prayers, Bibles, crosses, ten commandment displays, and virtually any other mention of God on school and/or other government properties.
They’re finding out what happens when they try to remove religious symbols in Texas, and it’s likely not the result they were hoping for. According to CBN:
Each year, millions of American students participate in “See You at the Pole” events across the country.
A large crowd gathered at the LaPoynor Independent School District event in East Texas this year, where they have three flag poles flying the US, Texas and Christian flags.
But an atheist rights group called the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) found out about it, and they’re calling on LaPoynor to remove the Christian flag or face legal action.
This is Texas, however, and they’re not exactly the kind to go away without a fight. This is what students are doing in light of the recent controversy – making sure those flags fly no matter what.
“If every time we were forced to remove a cross, a Ten Commandments display, or a Christian flag, God-fearing private citizens like this were to display three in their place, it would turn this whole godless, anti-Christian agenda on its head,” the Facebook post read.
Wouldn’t that be a site to see? Share if you agree!