Anti-Christian Principal Loses Big After Trying To Ban Anything Christmas, Including Red & Green Lights


Public humiliation isn’t fun for anyone. But some would say in this case it was well-deserved due to the bigotry involved.

It wasn’t in a coastal state, but in “Heartland, USA” that Christmas got attacked in a very blatant way. Yes, the war on Christianity and Christmas is real.

In Nebraska, Manchester Elementary School Principal Jennifer Sinclair went full-hog on her assault, reported BizPac Review. She directed teachers that there would be no symbols of Christmas allowed in the school.

This included the red and green items (because they are “Christmas colors”), Christmas trees, Christmas music, singing Christmas carols, Christmas movies and making Christmas ornaments as a gift. But the list doesn’t stop there.

Elf on a Shelf, reindeer (including Rudolph), and candy canes were also all banned. Why did she go so extreme in her order? “Inclusivity.”

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“(W)e are not to be doing any Christmas or holiday-specific themed activities with students. Santa and Christmas items are not to be on activities or copies.”

She did also have a list of seasonal things that were approved. It included snow men, snow women, snow people, and snowflakes. Gingerbread people, Yetis, polar bears, penguins, hot chocolate, and regular winter attire were also all given the thumbs up.

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But, the Liberty Counsel got wind of the order and intervened. Liberty Counsel attorney Robert Mast wrote to Elkhorn Public Schools and let them know that such a thing was unconstitutional.

“The ban violates the U.S. Constitution by showing hostility toward Christianity. The principal appears to have conflated her own values and preferences with the law.”

The school district investigated and agreed that Sinclair had crossed the line. In a statement, their attorneys wrote, “Please be advised that, after the receiving your letter, the Administration investigated this matter and determined that Principal Sinclair’s memorandum did not comply with Board Policy.”

“The Board’s applicable policies are lawful on the issue of religion in schools, and all District employees are expected to follow Board Policy at all times. To this end, the Administration has advised Manchester Elementary School staff members of the applicable Board Policy (that does allow certain Christmas symbols) and will work with staff to correct any erroneous communications and clarify any misunderstandings.”

So “Principal Grinch” didn’t get to steal Christmas from the school, after all. Founder, and Chairman of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver told BizPac Review that, “We are pleased that Elkhorn Public Schools promptly reversed Principal Jennifer Sinclair’s unconstitutional directive, and required compliance with the Constitution.”

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“The First Amendment does not require the elimination of Christmas. Nothing prohibits public schools from teaching objectively about Christmas or other holidays with religious significance, from displaying religious and secular Christmas symbols side-by-side or singing sacred and secular Christmas songs together.”

Staver’s point is that, contrary to sometimes popular belief, freedom OF religion is not freedom FROM religion. People of faith have protected rights.

This includes Christians and it includes the public celebration of Christmas. Merry Christmas, America!

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