Virginia Official Who Pushed For Christian Public Prayer Refuses To Stand During Invocation By India Heritage Society
May 14, 2014

Via FreakOutNation:

It was just one year ago that Al Bedrosian was a Republican running for a seat on the Roanoke County, Virginia Board of Supervisors. Prior to that, Bedrosian had authored an article for the Roanoke Times in which he talked about how this country was not only a Christian nation, but one where non-Christians should not be allowed to worship at all, and he’s double down on his previous words.








The backstory.

Patheos reports, “At the time, Bedrosian said that if he were elected, he planned to recite all sorts of Christian prayers at Board mee...

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