High school graduates take a POWERFUL stand against atheist bullies

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Singing the Lord’s Prayer at graduation ceremonies is a 70-plus-year-old tradition at East Liverpool High School in Ohio.

But this year the Wisconsin-based Freedom Foundation for Separation of Church and State learned of the practice and rattled its saber. In order to avoid a costly legal battle, the school board decided to remove it from the program, according to WTOV News9.

But no one asked the graduates for their opinion. They went ahead and did it anyway.

When Valedictorian Jonathan Montgomery took the podium, the graduates rose and he led them in reciting the Lord’s Prayer.

No surrender.

And that act of defiance earned the graduates a standing ovation.

WTOV reported:

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Clip via WTOV News 9.

And what did social media think of this? Here are a few examples:

If nothing else, the East Liverpool High School class of 2016 know one basic lesson in life: The only way to defeat a bully is to stand up to him.

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