Students BANNED From Saying Lord’s Prayer At Graduation, Watch What Happens NEXT… [VID]

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The choir at East Liverpool High School in East Liverpool, Ohio, had a 70-year tradition of singing the Lord’s Prayer during graduation ceremonies but of course liberals and atheists complained resulting in the school officials caving to their demands and removed the prayer from the ceremonies.

The Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation, which advocates for separation of church and state threatened to file a lawsuit if the administrators didn’t remove the Lord’s Prayer.

Rather than fighting legal battles, the school decided to remove the song from Sunday’s program. School board president Larry Walton says the decision not to fight to keep singing the Lord’s Prayer was all a matter of economics. “We said ‘okay, we just won’t do it anymore.’ It was a decision made because we don’t have a lot of money and we’d rather hire teachers than pay lawyers,” Walton explained.

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But students had a different idea. They decided to lead their own prayer in spite of what the atheists wanted!

When class valedictorian Jonathan Montgomery took the stage, he lifted his arms and led the entire class in reciting the Lord’s Prayer!

Watch what happens at about the 1:50 mark!

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YouTube video courtesy of Kendall Forward

The audience was thrilled at the defiant move and erupted in enthusiastic applause and a standing ovation!

These wonderful students did exactly what we ALL need to do by refusing to allow a small amount of hateful, disgusting liberals to tear down our country with their anti-American demands.

We are PATRIOTS! We love God, Guns and COUNTRY! If you don’t like it then GET THE HELL OUT!

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God Bless.

(H/T: WTOV-TV)

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