BIRMINGHAM, AL (Sept. 27, 2017) – Alabama Attorney General candidate Sam McLure called for solidarity with Lee County Board of Education officials and students after they were bullied by radical activist atheists into banning student-led prayer. The Board of Education was responding to a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
“For decades, radical activist atheists have been running-a-muck … bringing destruction on the very foundations of our liberty. First, they took prayer out of the school day, then they advocated for the right to kill the unborn. Now, the lines are being drawn again in Lee County. They are coming after our youth once again by telling them they are no longer allowed to engage in student-led prayer before a football game.”
“As attorney general, Lord willing, I will speak out against such bullying in the name of religious intolerance. As Ben Carson stated, we must ‘resist this war on God, freedom of religion and freedom of speech.’ We must protect our students right to practice their religious freedoms. In the great state of Alabama, we value our students’ right to pray. We need to stand with the good people of Alabama in solidarity and fight the tyranny that intends to drive a wedge between us and our faith in God.”
“The people of Alabama need to know they have an Attorney General who will stand with them in opposition to overwhelming tyranny which seeks to snuff out the light of Christianity everywhere it shines,” McLure said. “These school officials, the good people of Alabama, need to be encouraged by the support of the attorney general. If the people of Alabama will hire me for this job, Lord wiling, I will do everything in my power to protect the rights of the people of Alabama to boldly shine the light of Christ into the darkness.”
For more information on Alabama Attorney General candidate Sam McLure, visit www.sammclure.com.