A Indiana high school received a lawsuit from furious liberals and atheists because of their “Christmas Spectacular” that they’ve put on every Christmas for years. It’s a school tradition, and even includes a live nativity scene.
However, Christmas spirits were low around the school after they were sued by the Freedom From Religion Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of ONE student’s parents. A local judge sided with the student, and issued an injunction on the live nativity scene, according to the New York Post.
U.S. District Judge Jon DeGuilio sided with the whiny liberals, saying: “the living Nativity scene impermissibly conveys an endorsement of religion and thus runs afoul of the Establishment Clause.”
However, school officials were clever enough to find a work around that allowed the show to go on while remaining in compliance with the law.
Through what was likely a crazy improvisational team effort, the school set up a nativity scene with mannequins instead of students… And the audience LOVED it.
“The injunction is a preliminary ruling and applies only to this year’s Christmas Spectacular performance,” declared Concord Community Schools Superintendent John Trout.
There’s no word yet on the reaction from the ‘offended’ organizations and the student, but maybe that’s just because they were outsmarted at their own game.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL