Anti-God Suffolk City School Board Gets National Condemnation
Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio in a message to supporters writes: "THIS SUFFOLK SCHOOL BOARD IN VIRGINIA HAS A PATTERN OF LAWLESSNESS. They threaten parents. They threaten anyone who opposes them. They want to be free to remove children from parents over sex changes. They silence prayer warriors. They violate FOIA LAWS!, " said Delgaudio.
Earlier this year, WAVY reports:
"The Supreme Court of Virginia has upheld the ruling made by a lower court in regards to the Suffolk school board violating the state's law meant to ensure transparency and accountability in government.
In September 2021, Judge Matt Glassman rules that the school board violated the open meeting requirements under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) during their July 2021 retreat after it barred citizens from watching the retreat from inside the room."
The power of prayer vs. the authority of government came to a clash a few weeks ago when community members in Suffolk County, Virginia, began praying "The Lord's Prayer" together in unison during a contentious school board meeting.
It was local parent Dacia Smith who instigated the almost instantaneous reciting of the cornerstone prayer of Christianity, even while board chair Tyron Riddick called for police to clear the room.
Smith told Fox News, "The spirit in me just said, 'Oh, no, I will not be squashed out.' And I thought, 'OK, then give me the words.' And I got on my feet and out came 'The Lord's Prayer,'" she said.
"And when I opened them, I didn't realize how many people had chosen to stand in that room with me."
Speaking for the first time to the media, Smith - a mother of six - told Fox News why she started the mass reciting of "The Lord's Prayer."