National Day of Prayer Deemed Unconstitutional
“Yesterday, a U.S. District Judge in Wisconsin ruled that the annual National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional.”
“In a Tweet, the White House said that regardless of the ruling, the president still “intends to recognize a National Day of Prayer.” The decision does not ban the president from issuing a proclamation, the White House said.”
How is it possible that the president thinks he can knowingly do something that has been deemed by a Federal Judge to be unconstitutional. Is this an example of religion being privileged in America?