The lefts war against Christianity and Christmas continues to move forward as the Lord and any reference to Jesus and the bible are banned from almost all public arenas.
A Texas school district is doubling down on claims that a teacher forced her religious beliefs on students by hanging a poster of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” over her office door. Even after the state’s attorney general, Ken Paxton, said the ban on the poster violated state law, the school district insisted on keeping it.
Dedra Shannon, a staffer at Patterson Middle School in Killeen, was ordered to remove a door-length poster featuring the iconic scene of Linus in front of a kid-sized tree uttering the true meaning of Christmas: “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a savior which is Christ the Lord. That’s what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.”
Shannon put up the poster on December 5, but the principal confronted her two days later. “I’m disappointed. It is a slap in the face of Christianity,” Shannon told Fox News’ Todd Starnes.
The principal argued that the poster was “an issue of separation of church and state” and that it “had to come down because it might offend kids from other religions or those who do not have a religion.” The principal said Shannon could keep the picture of Linus up but had to remove the offending dialogue.