A high school football coach who was suspended after praying with his team on the field lost his appeal to the 9th Circuit Court:
The Ninth Circuit Just Ruled Coaches Can be Punished For Praying on a Football Field https://t.co/Nwq5jxlo2l
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 24, 2017
9th circuit court upheld a punishment from school for coach praying on the field. We have lost our minds. Ridiculous https://t.co/erHwAbLPNo
— T.J. Moe (@TJMoe28) August 24, 2017
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) August 23, 2017
Unreal yet again, but NOT surprising.
The 9th Circuit, at it again, taking away our rights and freedoms.
— Will (@AE6YB) August 24, 2017
Is this real? Is it just a joke? How can the government make it illegal to pray? Muslims are allowed to close streets to do their prayers.
— Jack ☆ MAGA ☆ (@JTTforTrumps) August 24, 2017
The troubling thing isn't the court decision, it's the fact that his employer sought to stop him in the first place.
— Baffled Aneurysm (@PaulGrable1) August 24, 2017
Sick, twisted, unbelievable.
— Danica Walker (@daniroy66) August 24, 2017
And people wonder why Trump was elected.. https://t.co/QAEp7BogEV
— Alex Lederer™ (@Kevin_Fed16) August 24, 2017
Just tell them that you are taking a knee to protest the national anthem and they'll leave you alone.
— David Kibler (@DavidKibler) August 24, 2017
There is a reason why the Ninth Circuit is the most overruled Circuit in the entire country. https://t.co/V1sY32Vo5M
— HistoryofMatt (@HistoryofMatt) August 24, 2017
Supreme Court here we come…
— Steven Barry Odom (@Steve_Odom64) August 24, 2017