Alabama Pastor: People Not Standing For National Anthem Should Be Shot | Michael Stone
If you don’t want to stand for the national anthem, you can line up over there by the fence and let our military personnel take a few shots at you since they’re taking shots for you.
Perhaps even more disturbing, Joyner’s church expressed approval for the egregious remarks. AL.com reports the Sweet Home Baptist Church supported the pastor’s comments in a post to its Facebook page on Saturday. Apparently the post was up for about an hour before the church’s Facebook page was deleted.
Butler County Schools Superintendent Amy Bryan immediately denounced Joyner’s comments in a statement to AL.com made via email.
Patriotism should be a part of school events but threats of shooting people who aren’t patriotic, even in jest, have no place at a school. Threats of violence are a violation of school policy and certainly not condoned by the school board.
AGR; Fascism is rising under Trump.