In “Private Personal Prayer” Ruling, SCOTUS Bias on Full Display

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deutsch29: Mercedes Schneider's Blog

On June 27, 2022, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) issued a decision in favor of former Washington State high school football coach, Joseph Kennedy, who was terminated, as the 6-3 SCOTUS majority puts it, “after he knelt at midfield after games to offer a quiet personal prayer.”

This is where the lie begins– right out of the SCOTUS-supermajority starting gate– which makes me wonder if the SCOTUS conservative supermajority decided the outcome of this case and then tried to work backwards through the facts– selecting some, shaping some, and omitting some– in order to create a narrative in support of its creation, “quiet praying” Kennedy.

On its face, the SCOTUS supermajority’s version of events leads one to believe that once the district discovered that Kennedy was praying and offering a sort of catechism with his football players in the locker room before games as well as leading a prayer midfield immediately…

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