BREAKING: Christian Nationalist SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Praying Coach

Lookout, Jeebus! The goalpost looks like a crucifix!

The Theocratic #Illegitimate SCOTUS has ruled 6—3 again:

Supreme Court Sides With Coach Over Prayers on 50-Yard Line

It’s a little wonky, but essentially after the game, the Coach goes out into the field and prays, and some of the team does it with him, but the entire team undoubtedly feels pressured. Also, it happens on public school property, so it has the stamp of being state approved and now it is.

“The case pitted the rights of government workers to free speech and the free exercise of their faith against the Constitution’s prohibition of government endorsement of religion and the ability of public employers to regulate speech in the workplace. The decision was in tension with decades of Supreme Court precedents that forbade pressuring students to participate in religious activities.”

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16 Responses to BREAKING: Christian Nationalist SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Praying Coach

  1. HarpoSnarx says:

    I see the meanies at the Nazi lunch table managed to bully po’ Johnny Roberts into their judicial putsches. These six rats in robes get reminded they’re not the legislature.

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off…

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Mike B. says:

    And what if a teacher gives a short verbal prayer 1 minute before class starts, asking God (or whatever) to make people more accepting of LGBTQ+ people? There are certainly religious people who would honestly pray for that. How can DeSantis prohibit that? That would mean the state has the power to regulate the content of prayer.

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    • ali redford says:

      And that is the point of keeping state and religion separated. Neither should run the other, ever.

      Liked by 4 people

    • ali redford says:

      Oh, yeah. And I honestly pray for that, among other subversive things like world peace and no hunger, so you’re correct about some religious people; I know more who do.

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    • osirisopto says:

      The state regulates the content of prayers, the church regulates the conduct of the courts. A win/win for the theocrats.

      Next the tax man will want to have a discussion with you about the paucity of your tithing.
      Just wait for the Christian soldiers to go marching forth to spread the word.

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  4. Like I said. This is the text of the first Amendment now:


    blockquote>Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free or forced exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble in “Free Speech Zones” safely distant from the people they’re protesting, (except in the case of abortion clinics), or in the streets, or in unauthorized areas, or at times inconvenient to Dear Leader wishing to march down and hold a bible upside down and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.



    Pretty extensive rewrite.

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  5. roket says:

    And down, down, down we go. The revolution will be televised.

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  6. Redhand says:

    but the entire team undoubtedly feels pressured. Also, it happens on public school property, so it has the stamp of being state-approved and now it is.

    Honestly, this sickens me. What if one adheres to any faith other than “Christian?” How are you supposed to feel? How is this anything other than an open endorsement of Christianity?

    The next thing you know, teachers will be allowed to begin classes with prayers. Goodbye Engle v. Vitale.

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  7. When I was in Junior High, and then High School, because of my large, not fat, just BIG body morph, I was hassled by coaches to go out for football. The coaches, in hindsight, looked and behaved a lot like Beavis & Butthead’s coach Buzzcut. I declined. I just never got into sportsball, I guess. Later, after military service, I went back to school and enjoyed weed, economics, labor relations, and math. Decades later, I still like math and weed and hate sportsball.

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    • Redhand says:

      Me too, except one year I was persuaded to “go out” for HS football. Junior year.

      They soon found a position appropriate to my skillset. I held up tackle dummies during team practices.


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