Trump’s ‘Right to Pray’ Executive Order and his comments on Lev Parnas

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There is no change to existing law or regulations, but the White House says it wants to empower students and teachers to exercise their rights. In other words, more pandering to his Fundie base.

The U.S. Supreme Court banned school-sponsored prayer in public schools in a 1962 decision, saying that it violated the First Amendment. But students are allowed to meet and pray on school grounds as long as they do so privately and don’t try to force others to do the same.

NPR:

Trump also took a few questions from the press.

‘I don’t know him at all.”

“Perhaps he’s a fine man. Perhaps he’s not. I know nothing about him. … I don’t believe I’ve ever spoken to him. I meet thousands and thousands of people as president.”

Letter from Giuliani to then-Ukrainian President-elect Zelensky.

Every time Trump lies about NOT knowing Lev Parnas, his attorney, Joseph Bondy, will release another picture of them together or a member of Trump’s orbit with him.

https://twitter.com/josephabondy/status/1217918094510886918

Ms. G

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