Of course, FOX and Breitbart are spinning it as their rights being infringed. Brietbart completely omits the reason why they were kicked out (bullying non-Christians and disrespecting all the other faiths present in the room). Reality is chaplains are required to minister to people of multiple faiths, and are not allowed to force one religion onto someone of another religion just because they got stuck with them by luck of the draw. After repeatedly disrupting the class and refusing to follow the curriuculum, they were thrown out, and are now suing for discrimination.
This ties in directly to the SCOTUS case about prayer in town meetings I posted last week, and how you cannot, in a government capacity, push one single faith on a multi-faith group.
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